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Early b-10 cosmetic parts ??

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Barzini
Does anyone know if the yellow plastic bearing hub covers are still available for the Early B-10 and also a while back i saw an add on this site for the 23d crankshaft white cover? It's looks like a handle bar grip.If anyone has this info i would appreciate it. Thanks, Barzini

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Yellowbee
Roger K. Helwig was the guy that sold the white grips. No clue on the hub covers, know a guy that took the yellow cap off of his spray paint can and used that for a hub cover! LOL Keith

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RenegadeJ
Just hauled home a B-10 that someone was going to take to the scrap yard. It is pretty well whipped so am parting it out. It has one of the yellow wheel hubs on it and you are welcome to it if you want it.

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