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post Nov 21 2021, 07:23 PM
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Early e brake handle with boot and rivet (909)8387950 $150 US shipping included Attached Image Attached Image
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$125 obo bump
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Upon investigation I think this is going to need a little work. The button works but the rivet to retain it was replaced with the pin with little key ring and I think it’s missing an internal spring $75 obo
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