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1996 Suzuki Savage Ls650 Ls 650 Engine Motor Transmission Starter on 2040-parts.com

US $249.99
Location:

Spring Hill, Florida, US

Spring Hill, Florida, US
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1996 Suzuki Savage LS650 engine with about 26,000 miles, Turns over, I have never heard it run. As Shown. 

Located in Spring Hill, FL 34608

Parts are used and may have some scratches/chips/rust and require some cleaning and touch up. Please understand that parts are not new and have been removed from a junk or wrecked bike, Parts listed were removed from make and model listed and not all parts may be original.

Please look at all the pictures. All parts I have are listed

Parts are intended for year and model stated. I do not know what other years and models they will fit. Contact your local dealer to find out compatibility

 

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