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Hot Cams Stage 1 Exhaust Camshaft For Yamaha Yfz/wr 450, '03-'13 on 2040-parts.com

US $131.00
Location:

Ashton, Illinois, US

Ashton, Illinois, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money back or exchange (buyer's choice) Item must be returned within:30 Days Return policy details:Return Policy Please read our shipping and return policy carefully. Your satisfaction is our goal; we stand behind 100% of the products we sell. If you are not happy with a product for any reason simply return the item for exchange or refund. Please Note: If you are requesting an exchange all shipping costs will be the responsibility of the buyer. In addition, if you are returning an item for any reason that we are not at fault, all shipping costs will be the responsibility of the buyer. Returns and Exchanges Prior to returning any item you must contact us to obtain a Return Authorization number. Return items must be complete in new, unused condition. Return items must be in original manufacturer’s packaging. All tags, labels and stickers must be attached. Please make sure all parts fit prior to cutting, painting or altering in any way. Altered items are not returnable and non-refundable. If you fail to contact Fly-N-Cycle, Inc. prior to returning an item you will be charged a 15% restocking fee. In addition, if a returned item does not meet all criteria outlined in the paragraph above, you will be charged a 15% restocking fee. Contact Us If you have any questions about our return policy, or to obtain return authorization please call us at 866-359-2923 or 815-562-4620 Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:15% Part Brand:HOT CAMS Manufacturer Part Number:4044-1E Warranty:Yes

Motorists Worry About Safety On The School Run

Fri, 29 Aug 2014 00:00:00 -0700

AS THE start of new school term approaches, the latest research from BCA, a leading vehicle remarketing company, reveals the pressures faced by parents - and other motorists - on school run routes. Both parents and non-parents were surveyed and with nearly half (45%) of non-parents saying they drive by schools or use the same route as parents dropping off their children, it's clear that school runs create some significant pinch-points. Key findings: 46% of all motorists believe parents drive their children to school because it takes too long to walk 30% of non-parents believe children demand to be driven to school, compared to just 17% of parents Over a third (38%) of all motorists think unreliable public transport prompts parents to drive children to school More than half (57%) of motorists see illegal parking outside of school gates 44% of have seen parents and children not looking at oncoming traffic when opening car doors Both parents and non-parents were most in favour of schools creating drop-off areas to tackle congestion and parking issues during the school run at 52% and 57% respectively 29% of parents think police officers should be on patrol to tackle parking issues during the school run Parents in Northern Ireland are most likely to drive their children to school, topping the list at 51%, followed by families in the North East and West Midlands at 39%.

Mitsubishi is hoping that new models will spur sales in the United States

Mon, 26 Oct 2009 00:00:00 -0700

Mitsubishi aims to revive its ailing U.S. operations by introducing a new SUV and a small car by 2012 and by reviewing the dealership network to weed out weak players. "The revitalization of the American business is very important," Mitsubishi Motors Corp.

Lamborghini Cabrera: The tease begins

Wed, 27 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Lamborghini Cabrera: The tease begins Just yesterday, we reported that the very last Lamborghino Gallardo had rolled off the production line in Sant’Agata Bolognese after a ten year reign. And Lamborghini are wasting no time whetting appetites for the Gallardo, with a new website launched to tease its replacement, complete with a ‘start’ button to hear the new V10 roar and instructions to “Listen to your instinct – Discover the roar of the new creature from Lamborghini”. That replacement is probably going to be called the Lamborghini Cabrera, which we’ve been expecting to debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.