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2 Nos Windshield Stanchion Chrome Screws Triumph Tr2 Tr3 Tr3a Tr3b Short 7/8" on

US $5.95

Dayton, Ohio, United States

Dayton, Ohio, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:unknown Country/Region of Manufacture:United Kingdom Manufacturer Part Number:552662

You are purchasing 2 NOS (New Old Stock) windshield stanchion short screws for the Triumph TR2 TR3  TR3A TR3B.

These are chrome slotted head 7/8" screws and are #52 in the 2nd photo.

Nice spares to have.

New from a vintage British inventory, part number 552662.    {CHI}

Please see our store and other auctions for more NOS, new and one of a kind British parts.

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