Vintage 1981 Honda Xr500 Rear Brake Lever Pivot Bolt Xr500r Xr Xl 250 500 500r on 2040-parts.com
Columbia, Missouri, US
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Rear brake lever mounting bolt from a 1981 Honda XR500R. May fit other models as well but I don't know for sure. Check with your dealer. The threads at the end of the bolt is a little messed up. Looks like someone was hitting it with a punch or chisel (check out the last photo). Probably could easily be straighten back out with a thread file or a threader. Otherwise the bolt looks to be straight and in good shape. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. Click on the "shipping and payments" tab above for return policy details. THANK YOU.
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