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Harley Davidson Oem Rear Fender Fasica, Newer Take Off, Mint, Nr on 2040-parts.com

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Saint Augustine, Florida, United States

Saint Augustine, Florida, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:HARLEY DAVIDSON Material:ABS Plastic Placement on Vehicle:Rear Paint:OEM Paint Manufacturer Part Number:59739-09 Color:RED SUNGLO OR AMBER RED SUNGLO ?? Type:Rear Fender Number of Pieces:1 Fit:Universal Touring Fit

 HARLEY DAVIDSON OEM TOURING REAR FENDER FASCIA, NEWER TAKE OFF 2013, MINT CONDITION, PLEASE ASK QUESTIONS AND VIEW PART # AND PHOTOS BEFORE BIDDING, FITS 09-16, THANKS AGAIN FOR LOOKING AND GOOD LUCK BIDDING, REMEMBER WE CAN BUY YOUR USED HARLEY PARTS AND WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS, RIDE SAFE.

BELIEVE COLOR IS EITHER SUNGLO RED OR AMBER RED SUNGLO BUT NOT POSITIVE, ANY INFO WOULD HELP, THX

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