Harley Davidson Fork Covers Decals Dyna 49mm Matte Black Free Shipping on 2040-parts.com
Saint Clair Shores, Michigan, United States
Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front
Country of Manufacture:United States
Surface Finish:Matte Black
This auction is for a pair of Matte Black
Dyna 49mm Front Fork Covers
Designed to blackout those stainless forks.
These covers are made of vinyl for a semi permanent application.
They can be removed if wanted.
They can also be used with clip-on windshields.
These are not the rubber dust boots.
These are vinyl decals.
Can be installed in about 5 minutes!
Payment must be made within 7 days.
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