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2007-2011 Harley Davidson Road King FLHR Rear Back Shock Absorbe

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Item specifics

Condition:
Used
Seller Notes:
“Please see ALL pictures for the details. All parts came off from 2008 HARLEY-DAVIDSON ROAD KING FLHR. Please check with your local dealer for fitment any other year and model.”
Brand:
Harley-Davidson
Manufacturer Part Number:
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