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Kawasaki Klt Klt200 Original Used Engine Shift Drum Assembly 1984 #m2 #bdk on

US $20.00

Salem, Oregon, US

Salem, Oregon, US
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Kawasaki 1984 KLT200 Used Engine Shift Drum Assembly

Removed from a 1984 KLT200

Shift drum is in decent shape.

Comes exactly as seen in pictures.

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