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2004 Yamaha R1 Two-pc Seat Cover Skins Carbon Black/silver Flames Second Look on 2040-parts.com

US $39.99
Location:

Loomis, California, US

Loomis, California, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Restocking Fee:No Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Return policy details: Part Brand:SECOND LOOK Country of Manufacture:United States

 SECOND LOOK DESIGNER SKINS Two-Piece SEAT COVER SKINS  FOR 2004 YAMAHA R1.  Carbon Fiber Black with Silver Flames.   One skin is for the driver seat, one skin is for passenger/buddy seat.   INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDED.  MADE IN USA.  NICE COVERS.

BUY IT NOW PRICE INCLUDES USPS FIRST CLASS  SHIPPING AND TRACKING ANYWHERE INSIDE THE US.  INTERNATIONAL USERS WELCOME HOWEVER PLEASE EMAIL ME FOR YOUR SHIPPING COSTS PRIOR TO PURCHASE.



I AM SELLING THE REMAINING INVENTORY FROM THE SECOND LOOK DESIGNER TANK & SEAT SKINS COMPANY IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA.  I HAVE  COVERS FOR HONDA, SUZUKI, KAWASAKI AND YAMAHA BIKES 1988-2007 IN A VARIETY OF COLOR COMBINATIONS TO MATCH THE FACTORY ISSUED PAINT.
  A LOT OF YOU HAVE BEEN WONDERING WHAT HAPPENED TO SECOND LOOK PRODUCTS AND I AM HAPPY TO BE ABLE TO OFFER THEM TO YOU AT A VERY REASONABLE PRICE BUT ONCE THEY ARE SOLD NO MORE WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE. 

SECOND LOOK DESIGNER TANK & SEAT SKINS ARE MADE IN THE USA!!!  Constructed of tough MARINE GRADE VINYL.  Strong topstitched seams eliminate piping for sleeker lines.  Compliments your color and graphics scheme.  Permanent Colors....No Screen Print or Paint.  Enhance your bike to its ultimate appearance.  Comes with easy installation instructions.   

 

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