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1970 Hodaka Ace 100-b Oil Dipstick on 2040-motos

US $9.99
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Salt Lake City, Utah, United States

Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
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May fit other years and other models but it is the responsibility of the buyer to verify this before purchase as we cannot guarantee this. 
Remember...Used parts have the usual minor scratches and wear. This may or may not be visible in the photos provided.
Wear items such as bearings, bushings, light bulbs, brake pads, tires, etc. may or may not need to be replaced.
All items are sold as shown in the pictures.Please review all the pictures to verify condition BEFORE purchasing.
Hardware such as bolts, nuts, washers, screws, etc. that will be included with an item will be shown in the pictures, therefore, if no hardware is shown in the picture then there will not be any hardware included with that item. Please don't assume, ask if unsure.
We reserve the right to end a listing early.

All items are shipped using the cheapest method. This may or may not be the fastest method of shipping. If you are in need of an item quickly please message us and we will send you a quote for additional shipping for a faster method.
We deal with a high volume of used parts and we strive to describe and picture these parts as accurately as possible. However, while it does not happen often, we do occasionally miss something. Again, if you have any questions or need additional pictures or information please don't hesitate to ask. Our phone is 1-801-654-8888.

If for any reason you have a problem with a purchased item please contact us before leaving any feedback. We will address any issues or questions as soon as possible and work with you to resolve the issue. 

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