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Magnolia, Mississippi, United States
Condition:New Type:Axle Spacer Manufacturer Part Number:42625-MB4-000 Brand:Honda

Honda Rear Drive Distance Collar for CB700 GL1200 VF1100 VF700 VF750 VT1100 VT700 VT800 1983-1994.  Honda part number 42625-MB4-000.

Fits Honda CB700SC years 1984-1986, GL1200 year 1984, GL1200A years 1984-1987, GL1200I years 1984-1987, GL1200L year 1985, GL1200SEI year 1986, VF1100C years 1983-1986, VF1100S years 1984-1985, VF700C years 1985-1987, VF750C year 1988, VT1100C years 1985-1994, VT700C years 1986-1987, and VT800C year 1988.

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