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Ezgo Express L6 Fold Down Street Legal As4 Dot Windshield on

US $229.96

Saint Augustine, Florida, United States

Saint Augustine, Florida, United States
EZGO Express L6 Fold Down Street Legal AS4 DOT Windshield, US $229.96, image 1
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:E-1-105BCEZDOT, AS4EXPL6 (s) Compatible Make:E-Z-GO Brand:SP Features:Folding Material:POLY Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Type:Two-Piece Screen UPC:Does not apply

EZGO Express L6

EZGO Express L6

DOT Approved Windshield

(Stamped into the windshield AS4)

This is for a brand NEW Clear AS4 1/4" DOT approved

hinged flip down windshield.

A MUST for Street Legal LSV applications.


Fits: EZGO Express L6

models only.

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