Ducati 01 2001 748 Oem Left Handle Bar Switch Turn Hi Lo Assembly on 2040-parts.com
White Plains, Maryland, US
You are bidding on the left handle bar switch only that came off of a 2001 Ducati 748. COMES AS PICTURED, INCLUDES THE LEFT HANDLE BAR SWITCH ONLY, AS PICTURED. A couple minor scratches could be expected, as these are used parts. Good working condition.
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