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Fender Stay Custom Triumph Chopper Bobber Bsa Norton Motorcycle Brace Bracket on

US $42.77

Canyon Country, California, United States

Canyon Country, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:Steadfast Cycles Surface Finish:silver paint Manufacturer Part Number:SC-062323 Country/Region of Manufacture:United Kingdom

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You will get the left and right side complete fender stay only, that is pictured. This rear fender stay comes in one piece like in the 2nd picture. The tubes of the stay are 11 3/8" from the end to the first flat spot. The flat spots measure 4 5/8" apart. This is painted silver and measures 12"  from the center of the bottom mounting hole to the bottom of this fender, the OD of the tube is 1/2"  / We combine shipping costs on multiple wins, so check out our ebay store. Contact us with any questions / 661-877-7911 / 661-252-1174

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