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Fits Kawasaki JB650 Jet Mate years 1989-1992, JF650 X2 years 1986-1995, JF650 TS years 1989-1996, JH750A SS years 1992-1997, JH750 Super Sport XI years 1993-1997, JH750 XiR year 1994, JH750 Xi Sport years 1998-1999, JL650 SC years 1991-1995, JS550 SX years 1990-1995, JS650 SX years 1987-1993, JS750 SX years 1992-1995, JS750 SXi years 1995-1997, JS750 SXi Pro years 1998-2002, JS800 SX-R years 2003-2005, JT750 ST years 1994-1995, JT750 STS years 1995-1997, and JT750 STX year 1998.
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