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Hodaka Husqvarna ? Steel Chain Guard Ahrma Vintage Mx Calvmx on 2040-motos

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Bakersfield, California, United States

Bakersfield, California, United States
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 This was in a box of extra parts that came with a Steens Hodaka Ace 100 dirt bike. Up for auction is a used chain guard for a Hodaka or Husqvarna motorcycle (i'm guessing here folks). I have been told by another ebayer this is for Husqvarna. Sorry, i can't see a frame number. So, i am not sure of the year. Many of these parts will interchange with other years and models. Please do your homework. Most of the parts you see will need a thorough cleaning. Two of the mounting holes have small cracks (see pics). Holes have been drilled (see pic). Nice used item. Good stuff here.  BIKE DESCRIPTION. Steens Inc. Hodaka Ace 100 MX. Case number is M10956. Sorry, i don't see a frame number. Some of these parts will interchange with other years. Take a real good look and ask questions. Most of the items you see listed will need a thorough cleaning. HOW AND WHEN TO PAY. I combine shipping to save you money. Please don't pay until i send you an invoice. Most of the time you will receive the invoice the night of the end of the auction. SHIPPING AND HANDLING WILL BE ADDED TO THE WINNING BID. I ship via USPS. Insurance will cost you a little extra. Tracking will be added to all domestic mailings. International bidders. I no longer will ship via first class mail (except Canada). Only priority or express. If you want a tracking number, you must ask for express mail. Priority mail does not have a tracking number. I ship Monday thru Friday (except for holidays). PAYMENT OPTIONS. I accept paypal. International bidders- i only accept paypal. Payment must be complete one week after the auction ends. Please make sure your paypal account has the correct shipping address. RETURN POLICY. I will accept returns on items that i have grossly misstated the condition of such part. You must contact me and state your case. If you win a Montesa piston and then find out it doesn't fit your 427 chevy big block, don't bother contacting me. I am fair and reasonable. FEEDBACK. I will leave positive feedback after you have done so. HOW TO GET BLOCKED. Well, of course if you win and don't pay, that will get you blocked right away. WHINING AND CRYING ABOUT SHIPPING PRICES WILL GET YOU BLOCKED. If you are rude, pushy, or just acting like an a-hole, you will get blocked. Once blocked, you will never get off that list (and i have lots of good stuff). So, don't get on my bad side. If you see something you don't agree with, please ask in a civil manner, and we will get along just fine. WHAT KIND OF PARTS DO I SELL. I sell used dirt bike parts. So, most of my items are scratched, marred, you know-USED. If you want like new parts, go bid on like new parts. If one of my items is like new, i will say so. Please take a good look (what you see is what you get). I will be happy to email extra pics. Please ask any and all questions as soon as possible. I sell used parts, so i cannot guarantee they will work. When i state they work, i know i have checked them. But, as with all used parts, who knows how long they will work. All sales are final. If you don't agree with anything you read here, please contact me with your concern. Thanks for looking and good luck.

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