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Ducati Zdm-a59 & Zdm-b59 on 2040-parts.com

US $48.00
Location:

Hartly, Delaware, United States

Hartly, Delaware, United States
I put used because honestly I don't know, but if they were ever used there is sure no sign of it. Inside they are clean as a whistle with no exhaust dust oil or grease. in my opinion these are brand new and I really don't think they have ever been put on a bike. there is no sign of bolt marks or pipe fitting marks.
Displayed Make:Ducati Type:Muffler Brand:Ducati Length:17in. Manufacturer Part Number:zdm-a59 & zdm-b59

There are a few minor scuffs from being in box

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