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Honda Xr200 Xl250 Xr250 Xl350 Xr350 Xr500 Xr600 Throttle Cable on 2040-parts.com

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Heyburn, Idaho, US

Heyburn, Idaho, US
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Honda XR200 XL250 XR250 XL350 XR350 XR500 XR600 Throttle Cable


Brand new Motion Pro Throttle Cable made to OEM specifications.

Measurements:  cable length - 43", cable housing - 36 3/4"

This cable will fit the following Honda motorcycles~

XR200R '84-'85
XL250R '84-'85
XR250R '84-'95
XL350R '84-'85
XR350R '83-'84
XR500R '81-'82
XR600R '86-'87
 


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