WASHINGTON (Nov. 9)—Two manufacturers of motorcycles are recalling certain models because of problems related to hoses, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. American Honda Motor Co. has recalled 6,209 Honda CBR929RR motorcycles, model year 2000, because the pressurized fuel hoses can be damaged during routine maintenance. Also, Aprilia USA Inc. is recalling 382 Aprilia SL Falco 1000 motorcycles, model year 2000, because of possible oil hose failures.
Two motorcycle manufacturers announce hose-related recalls
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