08 09 10 Gsxr 600 750 Gsxr600 Gsxr750 Oem Windscreen Windshield Wind Shield on 2040-parts.com
Toccoa, Georgia, United States
Part Brand:Suzuki VelocityKing Velocity King
VK Part Number:15-0809SG6-WS-00-PO1354
Manufacturer Part Number:39154-1156
OEM Windshield for sale!
Removed from a 2009 Suzuki GSXR600 with 6154 miles.
Manufacturer’s year range for this bike is 2008-2010 .
There is a small chip/crack on the inside-center of the windshield. The left-middle mount has a stress crack around it.
There is a wide scratch near the bottom as well as some small spots/nicks and faint scratches.
Inspected & Ready to Use
This listing includes everything seen in photographs.
Actual items are pictured.
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P131/ PO1354 / NS 103112
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On Nov-01-12 at 12:03:39 PDT, seller added the following information:
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