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Cable Stops (nos) Vintage Aermacchi Benelli Ducati on 2040-motos

US $14.99
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Saint Germain, Wisconsin, United States

Saint Germain, Wisconsin, United States
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Genuine NOS Italian Cable Stops (3pcs). Vintage Cable Stops measure 6mm x 9mm long, with approximately 2.75mm cable hole. Excellent new condition. 

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On Aug-01-08 at 10:51:39 PDT, seller added the following information:

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