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180mm Metal Fuel Gas Tank Fairing Emblem Decal Stickers For Kawasaki Motorcycle on 2040-parts.com

Location:

广州市, 广东省, China

广州市, 广东省, China
Condition:New Brand:unbranded Manufacturer Part Number:does not apply Type:Emblem UPC:Does not apply Warranty:Yes Country/Region of Manufacture:China

2X Metal Flexible Fuel GasTank & Fairing Body Emblem Decal Sticker For Kawasaki

Features
Condition: 100% Brand New & Unused
Material: Metal
Sold as: 1 Set = 2 pcs
Color: White (As Picture)
Length: 7 inch ( about 180 mm )

Universally Fit for All Kawasaki Motorcycle / Bikes / Cruisers / Chopper  
Tip: Easy installation, just clean your fuel tank with a non-oily cleaner, peel & stick.






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