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1993 Ninja 250 Left Side Cover 88-07 Black on 2040-parts.com

US $25.00
Location:

Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
minor cosmetic damage
Placement on Vehicle:Left

Left side cover from a 1993 ninja 250. Missing the original decals. The front upper mount cracked off and there is an approximately 1.5" crack near the top, but it is completely functional.

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