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3" Wheel Spacers 4/110 Honda 400ex 450r 200x 250r 350x 300ex on 2040-parts.com

US $35.00
Location:

Xenia, Illinois, United States

Xenia, Illinois, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Honda Manufacturer Part Number:250r

This is a set of 3'' wheel spacers(each spacer is 1.5" thick) that are 4/110 bolt pattern and 10x1.25 thread stud adapters. Great shape. Ready to install and ride. These fit most Honda atvs and atcs. not sure on other makes and models so please check you machine to see if they will fit before buying. Ship to lower 48 states only.

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