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Pr Wiseco Piston : 1987 Suzuki Rm125 557mo5500 on

US $59.97

Loma Linda, California, US

Loma Linda, California, US
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The item up for sale is a NEW Wiseco Piston for the listed bikes below.
NOTE : The Clips are missing.

 Part Number : 557M05500.
1987 Suzuki RM125.

This is a NEW part that has been sitting on the shelf for years.
It is going to have dust on it, but still new.

Shipping cost is for the lower 48 states only

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Loma Linda Ca. 92354

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