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Moped Tire Cheng Shin 2.25-17 Brand New Old Stock on 2040-parts.com

US $30.00
Location:

Livingston Manor, New York, United States

Livingston Manor, New York, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:Cheng Shin Speed Rating:NA Type:Moped Tire Plies:NA Front Tire Size:2.25 x 17" Rim Diameter:17" Rear Tire Size:2.25 x 17" Sidewall:Blackwall Load Rating:NA

Vintage Cheng Shin 2.25-17 Tire. “”Brand New Old Stock””   ""SOLD AS IS! NO REFUNDS!""  Please note most of my items are located in my upstate shop.  I am only there on the weekends, able to bring down item for Monday shipping. If you have any questions, Please call, Allison, Days : 1-718-652-1868.  All sales are final!  Thank You, & have a Blessed Day  

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