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[solved]End can for 1996 CB500-T

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End can for 1996 CB500-T

Post by fz1 on Fri 15 Mar 2013, 6:51 pm

hi Folks,

My old winter hack sounds like a lawnmower now, so if anyone has a serviceable end can (perhaps a standard one you've replaced with an aftermarket one?) please let me know a price.

Thanks,

Jon
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Re: [solved]End can for 1996 CB500-T

Post by alexibrow on Mon 29 Apr 2013, 6:12 pm

@fz1 wrote:hi Folks,

My old winter hack sounds like a lawnmower now, so if anyone has a serviceable end can (perhaps a standard one you've replaced with an aftermarket one?) please let me know a price.

Thanks,

Jon

Got one (actually two) here if you're still looking.

£20 for the rougher one, £30 for the good one.

Alex.

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Re: [solved]End can for 1996 CB500-T

Post by fz1 on Tue 30 Apr 2013, 8:13 am

Hi Alex,

Sorted now, but thank very much for the offer.

Jon


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