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1988 Trx 250r Fourtrax Front Side Fender Decals Stickers 88 Fits 1986-1989 on 2040-parts.com

US $44.95
Location:

Ripon, Wisconsin, United States

Ripon, Wisconsin, United States
brand new remanufactured
Brand:JB Promotions Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:Does Not Apply Compatible Model:fourtrax, trx, 250r Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front, Rear Compatible Make:honda

Brand new remanufactured replacement decals originally for the 1988 TRX 250R 4 wheelers. This is a very popular design and will also fit 1986, 87 and 89. Red printed on white hi performance vinyl then laminated for even more life which protects against fuel spillage. If you would like these done in any other colors please be sure to message me for help. Thank you for looking and your interest in JB Promotions.

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