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2005 Kawasaki Kx250 Kx 250 2-stroke Shock Rear Suspension 05 06 07 on

US $195.00

Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, US

Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Return policy details:20% re-stocking fee on all returns Restocking Fee:No Warranty:No

2005 Kawasaki KX250 2-stroke Rear Shock

Good Condition

Pulled from the Super Clean 2005 Kawasaki KX250 pictured

Fits 05-07 Kawasaki KX250 Models

Kawasaki MSRP = $951.50

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  • Returns accepted within 14 days
  • Buyer pays return shipping
  • All returns subject to a 20% restocking fee
  • I will pay for all return shipping due to an error I deem to be my responsibility

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