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New Stainless Steel Bmw Earls Fork Axle W/nut All /2 on 2040-parts.com

US $85.00
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Shelton, Connecticut, US
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THIS IS A NEW STAINLESS STEEL EARLS FORK PIVOT AXLE WITH STAINLESS NUT FOR YOUR VINTAGE BMW R50, R60 OR R69S BMW MOTORCYCLE. THIS WILL NEVER RUST AGAIN AND CAN BE POLISHED UP AT ANY TIME.  EXCELLENT QUALITY, JUST LIKE THE ORIGINAL. FREE SHIPPING TO THE CONTINENTAL USA. I SHIP WORLDWIDE. FOREIGN FRIENDS PLEASE ASK FOR A QUOTE. CHECK MY EBAY STORE FOR MANY MORE STAINLESS ITEMS FOR YOUR VINTAGE BMW BIKE. THANKS FOR LOOKING

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