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Suzuki Right & Left Handlebar Switch Set 7/8" GS125 GN125 Replacement NEW
Suzuki Right & Left Handlebar Switch Set 7/8' GS125 GN125 Replacement NEW

Suzuki Right & Left Handlebar Switch Set 7/8" GS125 GN125 Replacement NEW

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Part Number:060-610
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  • $39.20
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  • $37.03
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Brand New 2FastMoto set of Suzuki GS125 and GN125 left and right handlebar switch reproduction.

The right switch assembly houses the Headlight - ON/OFF switch, Running Lights switch, Starter Button and Engine-Run/Off switch. The switch has a 20.5" long wiring harness with a 6-pin female connector and 2 wires (yellow/white and green/yellow) with female bullet connectors.

The left switch assembly incorporates the clutch lever perch with cable adjuster, 10mm mirror mount and lever. It houses the Headlight-Hi/Lo switch, the Turn Signal switch and Horn button. The left switch assembly has a 24" long wiring harness with a 7-pin female connector and a single wire (yellow/white) with bullet connector.

With modifications this switch assembly can be used on any motorcycle with a headlight and turn signals and is fitted with a 7/8" handlebar and cable actuated clutch.

Great for Choppers, Bobbers and Customs! 

NOTE: May fit other years or models. Please examine pics and specs in this ad closely and compare to your model to ensure proper fitment!

Brand: 2FastMoto. | Manufacturer Part Number: 2FM-060-610 - a32371f3-e01. | Placement on Vehicle: Front. | Placement on Vehicle: Right. | Placement on Vehicle: Left. | Warranty: 90 Day. | Country/Region of Manufacture: Taiwan. | Left Switch Number of Wires: 8. | Right Switch Number of Wires: 8. | CCP Ref Number: 2FM-060-610. |

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