Kawasaki - H1 500- Intake Assembly / Inlet Pipe-oem- Early-1969,70,71 -nos on 2040-parts.com
Groton, Connecticut, United States
Condition:New other (see details)
Manufacturer Part Number:11015-014
New Old Stock OEM Kawasaki Inlet Pipe Assembly for 1969-71 Kawasaki H1 and 1972 H1C. P/N 11015-014. Please Note: This is an Original Kawasaki part NOT a reproduction. This sat on a shelf for many years in an old Kawasaki dealership. Rubber looks like new and is still very pliable showing no visable signs of cracks or aging. The two Inlet Pipe Clamps are bright on the outside but somewhat discolored to brown on the inside from sitting. No packaging or label. Never installed or run on a bike. Ready to install and finish your restoration. Very Hard to find Original item. Pls email me with any questions. Shipping US Continental $17.00. International bidders shipping to be determined at auction end or email me up front for a quote. Pls see my other listings for more parts.Connecticut residents Only please add 6.35% state sales tax.
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