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Front Brake Rotor R1 1000 Yamaha 04 05 J on 2040-parts.com

US $28.95
Location:

Ormond Beach, Florida, US

Ormond Beach, Florida, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:14 Days Return policy details:No returns will be accepted unless the item has been grossly misrepresented. All used electrical parts are sold "as-is", there is no guarantee on any used electrical part. You must contact us for a "Return Authorization Number" (RAN) before returning the item. Items returned without a "RAN" will be refused upon delivery. Shipping charges are not refundable. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No

We are a licensed  salvage dealer by the state of Florida.

Please call us at 386-672-0010 if you have any questions!

 

All parts were pulled from a  2004 YAMAHA R1 with & UNKOWN miles . Most parts should fit  04 05 R1 . ://stores.ebay.com/OZ-Cycle-LLC

 

Please read the description, terms, look at all photo's carefully & ask all questions before buying! Physical description will be shown in the photo's. These are used parts, not new, please do not expect them to be flawless. If there are any major, known functionality issues it will be noted in the description. All parts should fit the model/year they were pulled from but may work for other years/models. Please check with your dealer for fitment before buying as we are not responsible for interchangeability..

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Orders are typically shipped within 1-3 business days of payment being received/cleared, freight items may take longer. Please make sure your preferred shipping address is updated in your eBay profile. Please do not email us with an alternate shipping address, that's how items get sent to the wrong location... you can edit your "ship to" address upon checkout. You will be responsible for shipping charges if your item is returned due to an incorrect address on file with eBay. Do not include any instructions with your PayPal payment as we do not monitor the payment notes. Items are generally shipped via Priority Post, larger items are shipped via USPS Parcel Post or FedEx/UPS Ground due to cost. Freight items cost anywhere from $150-$350 depending on where they are going, please contact us for a quote before making your purchase. If you'd like a faster shipping service please contact us for a quote. Shipping charges are shown on every auction, there are no surprises. Shipping charges cover shipping, handling, boxes and packing materials. We offer shipping discounts on multiple items when we can,  please ask before bidding. If you do not agree to the shipping charges & terms then please do not bid/buy. Under no circumstances are shipping charges refundable, please take this into consideration before buying.

 If you cannot pay please do not bid/buy. All sales are final and there are no refunds unless the item is grossly misrepresented. Shipping insurance is highly recommended, please contact us if you would like us to add it. If your item does not arrive or arrives damaged, then you need to take it up with USPS/UPS. All used electrical parts are sold "as is", there is no guarantee on any used electrical part.

For prompt shipment your PayPal payment must be received within 48 hours of auction close (After 4 days, a non-paying bidder case will be opened so that we can retrieve our final value fee from eBay) Ship days are usually every other day. PayPal will automatically generate an email with a delivery confirmation/tracking number (USPS Parcel Post orders - it is NOT a tracking number!) once your item has shipped. If you do not receive a delivery confirmation number from PayPal within 3 business days please let us know and we will get it for you.




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