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Suzuki Gsx 1100 G Rear Wheel Assembly on

US $60.00

Calabash, North Carolina, US

Calabash, North Carolina, US
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This is the rear wheel assembly off of a 1991 GSX1100G I was rebuilding as a project. Unfortunately due to a leaky carb, I had a small fire on the bike and it is no longer worth rebuilding. Therefore, I am parting out the components that are still good.

The wheel is in fair condition. It could use a good cleaning. The drive splines are in good shape. The rear rotor is in rough shape and is most likely not usable. The tire is shot and needs to be replaced.

All items are used and sold AS IS. Please feel free to ask me any questions prior to purchasing.

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