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1973 Hodaka 125 Wombat Engine Cylinder 56.5mm / Motor Top End Jug Barrel on 2040-motos

US $129.99
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Wasilla, Alaska, United States

Wasilla, Alaska, United States
1973 Hodaka 125 Wombat Engine Cylinder 56.5mm / Motor Top End Jug Barrel, US $129.99, image 1

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1973 Hodaka 125 Wombat Engine Cylinder 56.5mm / Motor Top End Jug Barrel, US $129.99, image 2 1973 Hodaka 125 Wombat Engine Cylinder 56.5mm / Motor Top End Jug Barrel, US $129.99, image 3 1973 Hodaka 125 Wombat Engine Cylinder 56.5mm / Motor Top End Jug Barrel, US $129.99, image 4 1973 Hodaka 125 Wombat Engine Cylinder 56.5mm / Motor Top End Jug Barrel, US $129.99, image 5

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1973 Hodaka 125 Wombat Engine Cylinder 56.5mm
Item Information:This was originally from a 1973 Hodaka 125 Wombat. This component may also fit other years and models. Please take a few moments to read through this listing and confirm that this component will fit your specific application.
Notes:56.5mm - Overall nice shape; Has some minimal vertical scoring that does not catch a fingernail.
Part Condition:Used - Fully Functional. Please look closely at photos for cosmetics.
Part Numbers:942505, 942508
Fitment:May also fit other years & models.
It is your responsibility to ensure that it will fit your machine.
Please feel free to conduct your own research to verify your application.
Included Hardware:As Pictured
Removed From:
Year1973
MakeHodaka
ModelWombat 125 (94A)
Frame# C-23990
Engine# H-17473
Keywords:Hodaka / OEM 942505 942508 Original original 94A motorcycle dirt bike motor cycle Combat Ace squire road toad 100 90 73 1972 72 1974 74
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