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Brand New Exhaust Pipe Heat Shield Set Fits 1970-84 True Dual Set Big Twin (n-19 on 2040-parts.com

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Loveland, Ohio, United States

Loveland, Ohio, United States
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Brand New Exhaust Pipe Heat Shield Set 
Fits 1970-84 
True Dual Set For Big Twin
 Exhaust Heat Shield Set
These Have NEVER Been Taken Out Of The Packaging

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