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1979 Honda Cbx Shifter Fork Assembly on 2040-parts.com

US $40.00
Location:

La Vernia, Texas, US

La Vernia, Texas, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Warranty:No

Honda CBX Shifter fork assembly Used but they look great with very little wear as pictured, working good when removed.

As ebays format does not always have the correct category for these parts we ask that you call us will any questions before you bid. Shipping to Canada and the USA only I do not ship over seas. email me with any questions but please include valid contact information or they will not be replied to do to the amount of spammers. call 210-379-1fivesix7 with any questions or if it does not sell feel free to call or email with an offer. Not doing any good on the shelf.

Buyer must arrange payment within 72 hours of auction ending. We do NOT accept Pay Pal only Visa and Mastercard, check, cash at this time.  Unpaid items will be re-listed and negative feedback placed with buyer. We reserve the right to end the listing early if there is no bidding.

We also have many other CBX parts please look at our store as we will try and combine shipping whenever we can
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