Bmw R1100 Rs R-series 1993-2001 Front Wheel Axle W Speedometer Cable 14101 on 2040-parts.com
Long Beach, California, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days
Refund will be given as:Money Back
Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted
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Front Wheel Axle w Speedometer Cable. This fits a 1993-2001 BMW R1100RS R-Series...shows wear from normal use unless stated otherwise...
Shipping to Alaska and Hawaii may be slightly higher... items may be disassembled for shipping purposes... be aware that there are size restrictions on items sent through USPS so be sure to inquire about that prior to bidding if you are an international buyer... items such as frames and motors will most likely be shipped through a commercial shipping company...thanks
IT IS BEING SOLD "AS IS" WITH NO WARRANTY. ONLY SERIOUS BIDS. WILL ACCEPT PAYPAL, OR CREDIT CARD. THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA REQUIRES US TO CHARGE SALES TAX. WILL NOT RELEASE PART UNTIL IT IS PAID IN FULL.
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