Lot Of Various Harley Davidson Parts on 2040-parts.com
Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States
In today's auction we have various Harley parts for sale all of them are unopened brand new in package, all except the multi fit Chrome caliper bolt cover kit which is missing two of the original four.
Items in this lot include:
multi fit turn signal trim ring bullet
Multi fit HD logo timer cover
And multi fit Chrome caliper bolt cover kit
Please see photos for details and don't hesitate to contact me with any questions
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