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    1976 Honda XL125 Parts

    1976 Honda XL125
    Tire Size:
    Front: 2.75-21, Rear: 3.50-18
    Spark Plug:
    D8EA
    Battery:
    6N4C-1B
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    428x118
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 15T, Rear: 52T
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    Mark (Murrieta, CA)

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    Skidmark.......I mean Skid Plate

    I got a great price and the transaction was easy. The part fit well and looks good. Haven't really put it to the test yet, but for my style of riding (Dual Sport) it should work great.

    Collin (Milwaukee, WI)

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    One heck of a battery

    First impression was, did they just mail me a box? I thought there was nothing in it, it was so light compared to my OEM, but what a difference in power, life, and weight from 8 pounds down to 2. Do not be discouraged when starting in the cold it takes a bit for the cranks to warm up the battery but it does every time.

    Jesse (Lacombe, AB)

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    Crap sewing

    Good cover but the Honda badge on one side was pretty much sewed on the top of the seat and that's pretty sucky.

    Kable (Lincoln, NE)

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    1st Clutch Cable Instillation

    Went great, took about 10 minutes to install! Fit perfectly on my GSXR1000! Never felt a clutch sooo smooth!! Buy one!

    Owen (Mi Wuk Village, CA)

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    OVERTIGHTEN!!!

    Looks great. bought the shorty one. installation was a joke(expected). made it work but took too much effort for a mirror. i had to over-tighten the hell out of it after putting anti-seize on the bold. after maybe 500 miles of riding it worked itself loose and the mirror part fell out of the clamp, the nut and bold didn't loosen. i recommend checking after first couple hundred miles of riding and re tighten.

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