Mikuni Super Bn Carburetor Internal Diaphragm Assembly on 2040-parts.com
Fort Collins, Colorado, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted
Item must be returned within:14 Days
Refund will be given as:Money Back
Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer
Return policy details:Item must be returned in the original packaging and in resell-able condition.
Manufacturer Part Number:BN44/145
Parts & Accessories:Intake & Fuel Systems
This is a new in the package Mikuni Super BN carburetor internal diaphragm assembly.
Please make payment within 5 days. Sales tax of 2.9% charged on all items shipped to Colorado.
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