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Nos Wards Riverside Mini Bike Air Filter Benelli on 2040-motos

US $24.99
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Lincoln, Nebraska, United States

Lincoln, Nebraska, United States

Benelli All description

Up for sale is a NEW OLD STOCK Air Filter for Dellorto Carbs.  I believe this fits Wards Riverside and Benelli Mini Bikes and other small motorcycles.  There are two part numbers, DE 4070/A and 58030694.  The internal diameter of the inlet where it mounts is 27mm.  This part is in excellent shape.  Includes a needle jet.  A VERY RARE part!!

Please check out my other items for more RARE Honda and Yamaha NOS parts.

Please ask any questions you may have before bidding. Payment is expected within 7 days of the end of the auction.

Shipping to the United States will be $5.00. Insurance and Delivery Confirmation are included.  I do combine shipping for a discount if you win multiple items, please wait for an invoice from me.

International bidders must have at least 10 feedback or there bid will be canceled. International shipping will be calculated after the auction, please note that this does not include any customs duties.  Approx Shipping weight when BOXED is 1lbs.

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