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87-93 Kawasaki Ninja Ex 500 Ex500 Engine Motor on

US $399.95

Seville, Ohio, United States

Seville, Ohio, United States

Good running engine. Some cosmetic damage to right side cover see photos. Removed from 1993 Kawasaki ninja EX500.

Check with your local dealer for fitment.

Free shipping is to the CONTINENTAL U.S. ONLY! Please contact for quote if you are in Hawaii or Alaska.

THIS ITEM WILL SHIP TO A BUSINESS OR COMMERCIAL ADDRESS WITH A FORKLIFT OR LOADING DOCK FOR FREE. I will also ship to the nearest terminal for pick up for free.

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