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Magnum 17" Scii Designer Upper Brake 90° 1204-3712 on 2040-parts.com

US $38.95
Location:

Sioux Falls, South Dakota, US

Sioux Falls, South Dakota, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:Magnum Shielding Corporation Manufacturer Part Number:1204-3712 Warranty:No

Magnum 17" SCII Designer Upper Brake 90° 1204-3712

List $52.95 - Selling $34.95

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The Designer Series Upper Brake Line is required for both ABS and non-ABS brake systems. 

This upper brake line will connect from the ABS Mid-Line brake on an ABS brake system,

 or from the manifold on a Non-ABS brake system, up to the master cylinder

Link to Magnum Web Page

https://www.magnumshielding.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=1828

*** You are responsible for fitment on your motorcycle ***

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