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1978 Hodaka 250sl 250 Sl 250/sl Dk1 Chain Guard on 2040-motos

US $35.00
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Location:

Appleton, Wisconsin, United States

Appleton, Wisconsin, United States
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1978 hodaka 250sl 250 sl 250/SL  dk1 chain guard, US $35.00, image 1

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1978 hodaka 250sl 250 sl 250/SL  dk1 chain guard, US $35.00, image 2 1978 hodaka 250sl 250 sl 250/SL  dk1 chain guard, US $35.00, image 3

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Up for sale is the chain guard off a 1978 250 sl hodaka clean nice shape      The parts that I sell are off used bikes in used condition unless otherwise specified. I try to describe the parts as best I can and try to answer all questions to the best of my knowledge. These are used parts and most show standard wear and tear for the age of the bikes that they came off of. So please ask questions or for better pictures if needed.

    I offer a 100% return policy minus shipping . If I miss something in the description it is an honest mistake I DO NOT MISREPRESENT PARTS TO MAKE A BUCK.  FEEDBACK, IF THERE IS A PROBLEM I WOULD LIKE YOU TO CONTACT ME FIRST BEFORE LEAVING A NEGATIVE,  ANY PROBLEMS CAN EASILY BE WORKED OUT Parts are shipped every tuesday and thursday of every week. P.O. boxes fine yes I do combine shipping . . I do offer international shipping quotes will be given after auction, parts will be shipped usps priority. And please don't ask to end auction early I will not, they run to the end . And also if you plan on bidding plan on paying in reasonable time . I pride myself on prompt shipment I would hope you would pride yourself on paying promptly. Thank you and good luck bidding

If you see some letters like Y H K S KM HM SM YM They mean nothing and are my inventory numbers.


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