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Hodaka Ace 100 Model 92 Right Side Engine Clutch Cover Ace100 on 2040-motos

US $69.00
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Bozeman, Montana, United States

Bozeman, Montana, United States
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HODAKA ACE 100 MODEL 92 RIGHT SIDE ENGINE CLUTCH COVER

You are bidding on the RIGHT SIDE ENGINE CLUTCH COVER for a HODAKA ACE 100 MODEL 92.
PLEASE LOOK CLOSELY AT THE PICTURES AS THEY ARE A VERY LARGE PART OF THE DESCRIPTION
This should fit SEVERAL years. This may fit other models: ACE 90 100 125 250 SUPER RAT WOMBAT COMBAT DIRT SQUIRT.
Please consult your local mechanic or one of the websites devoted to Hodaka machines.

If you have any questions or need more pictures, please call 406 579 4238 or
email me at motoxtrader at yahoo dot com. If you don't see the part you need, please let us know since we haven't gotten all our parts listed for this as of yet.

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