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Kawasaki Brush Kit For A Js 300 1988. Part Number 21039-3703 on

US $15.00

Castaic, California, US

Castaic, California, US
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This item is being offered by Jet-World Powersports.

This is a New Kawasaki Starter Motor Brush Set for JS 300 1988  part #21066-3701.


***Please note that CA sales tax applies to all items shipped in CA.   

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Please ask any questions BEFORE bidding! This item will come as pictured and is sold in "AS IS" condition.  Buyer is responsible for proper fitment and application.  If you have any questions feel free to e-mail us.  Major credit cards accepted by phone.

Item is shipped from Castaic, CA 91384

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