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Triumph T140 Tr7 750 Exhaust Headers Pipes 71-3755 71-3758 Uk-made on 2040-parts.com

US $139.99
Location:

Woodbridge, Connecticut, United States

Woodbridge, Connecticut, United States
Condition:New Brand:JRC Surface Finish:Chrome Manufacturer Part Number:71-3755 71-3758 Country/Region of Manufacture:United Kingdom UPC:Does not apply

This is a super nice set of exhaust header pipes for your Triumph T140/TR7 made between 1973 and 1979 with the push-in style ports. This is a correct pattern replacement for the stock equipment, and our customers have been very pleased with this pipe set. We also carry the balance pipe, clamps, L-straps, etc, so please see our store! We will always combine shipping on multiple orders.

Amity Twins combines shipping and provides FAST and friendly service! Buy with confidence.

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