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Kawasaki Zx10 Ninja 1000 1988-1990 Transmission on 2040-parts.com

US $29.99
Location:

Alexandria, Virginia, US

Alexandria, Virginia, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return policy details: Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No

YOU CAN PICK YOUR PARTS IF YOU WANT TO  AT OUR 2ND LOCATION IN CLINTON MD ONLY.....301-234-0890.....WE DO OFFER A DISCOUNT ON SHIPPING ON MULTIPLE PURCHASES...FOR INTERNATIONAL PURCHASES..WAIT FOR INVOICE FIRST.. IF YOU NEED A SHIPPING QUOTE WE WILL NEED EBAY ITEM NUMBERS TO DO SO.........THIS PART WAS REMOVED  FROM A 1989 MODEL YEAR WITH 30 K MILES....THIS WAS A GOOD RUNNING ENGINE AND ALL OF THE ELECTRICS WORKED GOOD



CHECK OUT ALL OF THE ZX10 NINJA 1000 PARTS WE HAVE IN THE KAWASAKI SECTION OF THE STORE

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NO WORN COGS OR CHIPPED TEETH   GOOD INPUT AND OUTPUT SHAFTS   GOOD SPLINES

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