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Sollon 7/8'' Left Hydraulic Brake Master Cylinder Lever Pump Rep

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Product description

Specification:
Position: left side
Color: Black
Material: Aluminum Alloy
Handlebar Diameter: 7/8" / 22mm

Fitment:
▶ Fits varies 50cc 70cc 90cc 110cc 125cc 150c 200cc 250cc Dirt Bike Quad ATV 4-stroke engines
▶Fits most Chinese brands, such as TaoTao, Buyang, Coolsport
▶Fit for Honda Pit Bike CRF50 CRF70 CRF80 XR50 XR70 copies which were made in China

Features:
▶High quality, easy install, durable.
▶Adjustable design, provide the perfect lever position for you.
▶7/8" 22mm handle bar
▶Banjo Bolt: 10x1.25mm
▶With 8mm rear view mirror hole With lever and brake light switch
▶It does NOT fit GY6 49cc Engine, Scooter
Package include:
1*left hydraulic brake lever.

If you have any quality problems with the product, please feel free to contact our customer service and We will replace it for you for free or refund you.
Please rest assured to purchase.

Sollon 7/8'' Left Hydraulic Brake Master Cylinder Lever Pump Rep

CURRENT ISSUE
September, 2021

No. 106 (9)

2020 Impact Factor: 9.941 Submission > Acceptance: 52 days
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