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1975 Hodaka 100 Cc Wombat Road Toad S185a Rear Hub Shock Dampners on 2040-motos

US $29.99
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Appleton, Wisconsin, United States

Appleton, Wisconsin, United States
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1975 HODAKA 100 CC wombat ROAD TOAD S185a rear hub shock dampners, US $29.99, image 1

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1975 HODAKA 100 CC wombat ROAD TOAD S185a rear hub shock dampners, US $29.99, image 2 1975 HODAKA 100 CC wombat ROAD TOAD S185a rear hub shock dampners, US $29.99, image 3

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We buy vintage motorcycles, parts and collections!

FOR SALE:  rear hub shock dampners       

Part Came From:  1975 HODAKA 100 CC wombat ROAD TOAD      

Condition/Description:  good shape no damage. see pictures for additional details.      

My Inventory Number: ( S185a  )


Parts being sold are taken from used motorcycles that were not totaled or subjected to water damaged.

Please check our store for any other items you may want, all of our items for sale are listed on Ebay.


o   Shipment will be processed 1 business day after payment is received.

o    International- please contact us for a quote

o   We will combine shipping

o   Please ensure your address is correct in PayPal before purchasing your item



o   If not satisfied, we will accept a return and offer a 100% refund


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1. Our parts are QUALITY USED PARTS and we are a LICENSED motorcycle salvage dealer by the state of Wisconsin.

2. Any major flaws in any parts are DISCLOSED to YOU, to the best of our ability.

3. We try our best to give YOU a smooth and easy transaction.

4. We ship PROMPTLY - so YOU don't have to wait - normal delivery occurs 1 to 7 business days to anywhere the contenital US.


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