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    1991 Honda XR80R Exhaust

    1991 Honda XR80R
    Tire Size:
    Front: 2.50-16, Rear: 3.60-14
    Spark Plug:
    CR7HS
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    420x110
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 14T, Rear: 46T
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    Helix Swivel Exaust Springs Replace your old worn exhaust springs with Helix swivel exhaust springs. Stainless steel swivel Heavy duty stainless steel Swivel hook *Note: KTM 65SX 1998-2009

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