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New Nos Harley-davidson Chrome Muffler Front #65611-80 Ironhead Sportster Fxr? on

US $75.00

Columbus, Ohio, United States

Columbus, Ohio, United States
Condition:New Brand:Harley Davidson Placement on Vehicle:Right, Front Manufacturer Part Number:65611-80 Surface Finish:Chrome

New NOS Harley-Davidson Chrome Muffler #65611-80 Ironhead Sportster possibly FXR?

New old stock (NOS) genuine original Harley-Davidson chrome muffler part #65611-80. Still in the original packaging! Never opened. I have not seen the item so I am selling as-is, sight unseen. The packaging is in good shape but I can't say for sure that it's not dented. (I really hope it's not!) No reason to believe that it's not completely mint.

Not sure exact models or years this will fit. Please double check to be certain this will fit your exact model and year. 

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