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Cnc Billet Front Wheel Hub Spacers Fit Kx125 Kx250 06-08 Kxf250 Kxf450 06-14 on 2040-parts.com

US $12.90
Location:

金华, 浙江省, China

金华, 浙江省, China
Condition:New Brand:Unbranded Country/Region of Manufacture:China Manufacturer Part Number:1111234000665 UPC:Does not apply

Made in Taiwan Pro Caken

 
Integrated lip to prevent from falling out of seal during removal
 
Lighter and more durable than stock spacers
 
CNC machined and anodized 6061 aluminum
 
Works with Stock OEM hubs only

Fitment:

KX125    2006-2008
KX250    2006-2008
KXF250  2006-2014
KXF450  2006-2014

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