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1981 Harley-Davidson Tour Glide - FLT Parts

1981 Harley-Davidson Tour Glide - FLT
Front Tire:
MT90B-16
Rear Tire:
MT90B-16
Spark Plug:
BPR5ES-11
Battery:
Y50-N18L
Stock Chain/Belt:
530x110
Front Sprocket:
22T
Rear Sprocket:
51T
Oil Filter:
KN-170
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