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8trying to order a stock caliper screen for th back brake on my harly davidson street glide

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"8trying to order a stock caliper screen for th back brake on my harly davidson street glide" ????? I do not know what a "caliper screen" is. It may be a typing error. Try this site for whatever part you are trying to find. http://www.bikebandit.com Just choose OEM parts and select your bike, and go to the rear brake.

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