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Honda Hawk 400 Cb400t Cb 400t Rear Hub W/ Sprocket 1978 1979 on

US $25.00

Beachwood, Ohio, United States

Beachwood, Ohio, United States
Nice used.
Brand:GIULIARI Country//Region of Manufacture:Italy Manufacturer Part Number:289011

Honda CB 400T "Hawk" rear hub.
Sprocket included as shown.
Bearings are good.
Sold as is. Study pictures. May be adaptable to the "A" or Automatic?

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