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Bmx 50cc Quad 4 Wheeler Genuine Part Alarm Kill Box Kazuma Sunl Taotao Roketa on 2040-parts.com

US $8.00
Location:

Carterville, Illinois, United States

Carterville, Illinois, United States
quad is in good condition and has about 15 hours of run time has not been started in over 3 years
Fits:ATV Placement on Vehicle:Rear Brand:bmx Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:does not apply Country/Region of Manufacture:China

2006 BMX 2 WHEEL DRIVE QUAD 4 WHEELER 50cc GENUINE PART ALARM KILL BOX WITH FACTORY CONNECTOR 8 PIN CONNECTOR

THIS 4 WHEELER WAS NOT IN RUNNING CONDITION PRIOR TO DISASSEMBLY HOWEVER IT HAS BEEN RODE FOR LESS THAN 15 HOURS AND STORED FOR THE LAST 3 YEARS

AS I AM NOT AN EXPERT ON OFF ROAD VEHICALES PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL DEALER FOR CROSS FITMENT 

ALL PARTS HAVE LIGHTLY BEEN CLEANED 

DONT FORGET TO CHECK OUT MY STORE AND OTHER GREAT ITEMS


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