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2001 Harley Davidson Twin Cam 88 Engine With Carb And Air Cleaner on 2040-parts.com

US $1,800.00
Location:

Orfordville, Wisconsin, US

Orfordville, Wisconsin, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Return policy details: Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:HARLEY DAVIDSON Warranty:No

HERE IS A 2001 TWIN CAM 88 WITH A CARB AND AIRCLEANER. THE ENGINE HAS 55,000 MILES ON IT. THE CARB HAS A DEALER INSTALLED "STAGE ONE KIT", THE MAIN JET IS A 190 AND THE PILOT IS A 48. THE AIR FILTER IS A K&N. THIS RAN FINE AND STRONG, THE OWNER REPLACED IT WITH A S&S. IT HAS SOME FAIR WEAR AND TEAR, BUT IS VERY NICE. FOR SHIPPING I WILL CRATE THIS AND SEND IT UPD C.O.D., "COLLECT ON DELIVERY". YOU ARE MORE THAN WELCOME TO PICK THIS UP. IF YOU LIVE CLOSE TO ME I WOULD DELIVER IT FOR $.75 A MILE ONE WAY PER MAPQUEST. THANKS FOR LOOKING. ASK QUESTIONS.

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