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1973 Yamaha Rd 350 Chain Guard on 2040-parts.com

US $31.95
Location:

Reidsville, North Carolina, United States

Reidsville, North Carolina, United States
1973 Yamaha RD 350 Chain Guard, US $31.95, image 1

1973 Yamaha RD 350 Chain Guard






Description/Condition

Unless otherwise stated in the listing, all parts are USED. All USED parts will show signs of use/wear and tear. We recommend replacing USED brake pads, bearings, seals, gaskets, boots, etc. with new parts after purchase. USED parts MAY have rust, scratches, dents, nicks, etc. Please look closely at the photographs and ask questions prior to bidding if you have any concerns.


Feedback

Feedback is very important to us. Please contact us with any issues before leaving negative feedback or low DSR ratings. Please contact us within 14 days of receiving the item if you are unsatisfied. If the item is listed as damaged or untested then there is no guarantee.


Shipping


United States: Unless otherwise stated in the listing, Economy Shipping is FREE anywhere in the continental United States. Additional charge for HI, AK, APO & PR. We try our best to ship items within 1 Business day after payment is received with UPS, USPS or Fed Ex at our discretion. Local pickup is available. Please call (336)347-7335 to schedule.


International: ALL International shipping is done via Ebay’s Global Shipping. Import duties, taxes charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges, These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding or buying.


Policies


See our About Us page at the top for a list of Frequently Asked Questions.


Buyer is responsible for independently confirming any physical or technical compatibility issues. Please email any questions prior to making a purchase. Listings may be closed early due to local sale. All parts are used unless otherwise stated. Also, regardless of the description, you will receive it the item in the photo.

Sales tax (6.75%) added to all orders shipped to North Carolina.

We do accept Credit Card purchases over the phone, call (336)347-7335



Returns

We offer a 14 day satisfaction guarantee from the date of receipt. If you have a return or exchange, contact us for an RMA number. Returns can take 24-48 hours to process and up to 7 days to refund.

WE ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT RETURNS ON ANY MOTORCYCLE FRAMES, ELECTRONICS OR FUEL SYSTEMS. Call (336)347-7335.

Customers are responsible for return shipping charges.

We will take full responsibility for return shipping costs if an incorrect unit is shipped to the customer.

There will be 20% shipping and restocking fee for returned items in case of change of mind or wrong order.


Engine Guarantee:

Buyer agrees to the following:

Purchaser has 7 days from the date of receipt to initiate a return.

Buyer must cover ALL shipping to and from. ($200 each way)

Motor must be in original condition as photo in listing and cannot be taken apart.

Guarantee is not valid on International Purchases

Motor must be shipped to a commercial address


About Us

We offer quality used motorcycle parts at competitive prices and great service! Contact us Monday – Friday, 8:30A – 5:00P at (336)347-7335.










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