Find or Sell any Parts for Your Vehicle in USA

Honda Wheel Spokes Cb175 Cl175 Sl175 Cb200 Set 97395-52167-10 on 2040-parts.com

US $16.50
Location:

Chesapeake, Virginia, United States

Chesapeake, Virginia, United States
Used no damage
Brand:HONDA Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:PSPO 354 REAR

HONDA CL175 CB175 SL175 CB200 SL350 REAR OR FRONT WHEEL SPOKE & NIPPLE SET 97395-52167-10

Used no damage


ONLY 35 SPOKES ONE MISSING

Automakers sign up to Apple 'Eyes Free' Siri button

Tue, 12 Jun 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Apple has announced that the leading carmakers have signed up for the addition of an ‘Eyes Free' button that will activate Siri for in-car Apple products. Siri – the innovative voice activation system developed for the 4S, Apple's latest iPhone – can be activated by pressing a steering wheel mounted button and allows the driver to access the same information available when not driving. Apple reported at its 2012 Worldwide Developer's Conference that Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi, Toyota, Land Rover, Jaguar, Chrysler and Honda have all signed up to offer Eyes Free within the next 12 months.

Edelbrock teams with Ohio Technical College to teach hot-rodders

Thu, 04 Nov 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Many of today's prominent hot-rodders and car customizers talk about how they learned their craft working alongside a mentor, turning wrenches in a garage for hours on end. Now, there's a school for that. Noted tuning-parts maker Edelbrock LLC has teamed up with Ohio Technical College in Cleveland to create the Edelbrock Academy.

Saab Museum Saved

Tue, 24 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800

The Saab Museum - including the Ursaab (pictured) - has been saved Despite falling victim to Saab’s bankruptcy, the Saab Museum has been saved by Trollhatten City, Saab AB and the Marcus and Amalia Wallenberg Memorial Fund. When we reported that the Saab Museum – and all its cars – was up for sale last week to try and bring in a few coppers to fill the black hole that is the Bankrupt Saab’s finances, it looked as if the historic collec tion – which includes the very first Ursaab – was destined to be broken up. The fate of the Saab Museum seemed to be to be scattered to the four corners of the globe as each car was sold to the highest bidder, but it’s been revealed that the entire collection - including the Museum building - has been saved for the Swedish nation.