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Buell Racing 250ml X 125ml Bike Overflow Expansion Catch Radiator Bottles Set on 2040-parts.com

US $22.95
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Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:OF-CB Brand:AL UPC:Does not apply

Universal Motorcycle Racing Catch Reservoir Tank Overflow Replacement Plastic Bottles

Universal fit for Race bike, track bike, mini bike, road racing etc......

Will not melt from hot radiator water or effected by fuel

Material: PP

Included: 250ml X 250ml - 1 X Set of Universal Catch Tank overflow Bottles

Easy installation, holes can be drilled to size for appropriate hoses and pipe work ( Bottle do not come pre drilled)

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