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1977 Honda Cb 750 K Turn Signal Indicator Blinker Oem Cb750k on 2040-parts.com

US $21.99
Location:

Holtsville, New York, United States

Holtsville, New York, United States
Condition:Used

 Northway Motorcycle Parts
 
1977 HONDA CB 750 K
Item Description:

 

This listing features a used         TURN SIGNAL INDICATOR BLINKER OEM  . This part was taken off of a  1977 HONDA CB 750 K. The TURN SIGNAL INDICATOR BLINKER OEM has some issues (See pictures for details)

 

Please consult with a dealer or a knowledgeable person in this field to confirm that this part is compatible with your motorcycle. This part may fit other years and models. Detailed pictures are included with each item. Please review all pictures before bidding. All sales are final.

 

 

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Parts have been inspected and are described 100% accurately. If a defect is present, your money will be refunded without a 15% re-shelving fee. If the item is being returned for any other reason stated in the listing or shown in pictures, a 15% re-shelving fee will be applied before your refund is issued. In all cases if you wish to return the item, your request must be sent within 14 days of when you received the item.

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  • The item condition must match the condition of the item when shipped or listing picture.

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