Holeshot Headlight Covers Yellow #50157013 on 2040-parts.com
Hudsonville, Michigan, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:50157013
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Holeshot Headlight Covers
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|Manufacturer: ||Holeshot |
|Model: ||Headlight Covers |
|Condition: ||New || |
|Description MC-POWERSPORTS |
|Protect the headlight and give the sled a custom look at the same time Attractive acrylic headlight covers are custom-formed to fit the sled's headlight precisely; available in custom colors Covers apply directly to the outside of headlights with extra-strength hook-and-loop tabs |
|New and Genuine MC-POWERSPORTS |
|You can count on us, everything we sell is new and genuine! We are an authorized dealer for everything we sell. No knock offs or fakes here! |
|Store Policies MC-POWERSPORTS |
|Payment and Taxes |
| ||We accept PayPal and credit cards processed thru PayPal. |
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| ||Sales tax is collected for Michigan residents (6%). Any import duties, customs charges, taxes or VAT are the buyer's responsibility. |
| ||We do not ship orders on weekends or holidays. You will be emailed tracking/shipment confirmation when your order ships. |
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| ||If you have purchased expedited shipping, this does not affect the order processing time (please see shipping and handling time estimates under the 'Shipping and payments' tab above). |
|Returns and Exchanges - 30-Day Limit |
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Please see details in the 'Shipping and payments' tab above.
|Warranty Policy |
| ||In the event of a warranty issue, buyer is responsible for all shipping costs. The manufacturer's policy will be followed to remedy the issue for you. They may opt to repair or replace the item at their discretion. |
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Our normal business hours are Monday - Friday 9:30 am to 5:00 pm (EST). Please allow us up to 24 business hours to respond your email/call (we are not open weekends or holidays).
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Size charts (if provided) are for reference only. We are not responsible for accuracy/errors as this information is obtained from the manufacturer. Because all clothing fits differently, we encourage you to take your measurements, research the size you need and/or be professionally fitted to ensure a good fit. Don't worry, if it does not work out we have an exchange/return policy to help you (see details in the 'Shipping and Payments' tab above).
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