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Choke Cable for 1984-1985 Magna 700 VF700C

$27

Choke Cable for 1984-1985 Magna 700 VF700C

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Product description

Cable.
Keep your motorcycle working smoothly with a new cable.
High quality cable meets or exceeds OEM specifications.
Match OEM exactly for a perfect fit.
Fitment:
1984-1985 Honda Magna 700 VF700C

Choke Cable for 1984-1985 Magna 700 VF700C

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