Kawasaki F7 And G31m Nos Fork Tube on 2040-parts.com
Atascadero, California, US
This is a NOS fork tube for the Kawasaki F7 and G31M bikes. The tube doesn't have any flaws, is in plastic sleeve, but was shipped to me in the wrong box which I will use to ship to you. Sometimes you only need one tube and this one is so cheap how can you pass it up?! This will cost you $150 if you go looking for it.
$15 to ship in US.
Antique, Vintage, Historic for Sale
Sat, 25 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700
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