Parts remaining after I sold my 1987 Spur:16 hydraulic tappets(new-from UK), 2 Sachs shocks (GMF1205R), parts to convert cork valve cover gaskets to silicon, air filter, other misc. new and used parts.
Larry Benson, [email protected]
I sold my 1987 Silver Spur and have these parts for sale:2 Sachs shocks (GMF1205R), parts to convert cork valve cover gaskets to silicone gaskets, air filter, 16 hydraulic tappets (from the UK), other miscellaneous new and used parts.
Offers welcome-Larry [email protected]
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