Exhaust Straight 2” Loud Drag Pipes Slash Cut Fit Harley Xl Sportster 2004-06 on 2040-parts.com
Pompano Beach, Florida, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:3943
Ultima Drag Pipes
Slash Cut Pipe Set for V2 Sportster 2004 to 2006
Classic lines and premium performance.
Fits Harley-Davidson Sportster 2004 to 2006
There is a small dent under the front exhaust that would not be seen once mounted. and the pipes have a few hairline scratches that do not show up in photos.
Pictures are general Photos of products.
ATTENTION: These exhaust are BLEMISHED.
Blemishes can include discoloration, nicks and scratches,or dents.
These brand new but less than perfect exhaust can be used as is or repainted/refinished.
THESE ARE SOLD AS IS. THERE WILL BE NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES.
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