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Harley Davidson Screamin Eagle Full Dual Exhaust System 65583-11 on

US $500.00

Marion, Iowa, United States

Marion, Iowa, United States
great condition removed at 1000 miles by dealer.
Brand:harley davidson Surface Finish:chrome Manufacturer Part Number:65583-11 Warranty:No Placement on Vehicle:Rear

Harley Davidson Screamin Eagle full dual exhaust system 65583-11

This exhaust system came off a 2013 harley davidson electra glide ultra classic. 110 motor. It was removed by the dealer for me at 1000 miles. In great used condition. see pics. please feel free to ask questions and happy bidding. 

What you see in pics is what you get. I didn't remove this system so it may have a bolt or clamp missing (looks like middle clamp is missing) not sure about anything else.....I will take detailed pics of everything so you can see exactly what you get when you purchase. Thank you!

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