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Überherrn, Germany

Überherrn, Germany
Condition:New other (see details) Placement:Universal Country/Region of Manufacture:Germany Type:Emblem

2 pcs. Helmet Sticker Decal

suitable for various helmets, Size Note: The owner even measure it.

2 x Stickers : 3,93 x 3,12 in

matt black,
black, red, blue, yellow, green, silver, mittelgrey, wihte, matt white, orange, matt orange

different colors available, please just requests !!

Pictures are sample pictures, the dimensions may be different depending on helmet.

For easy sticking the stickers are delivered fitted in 2 Parts with transfer film.

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