Motorcycle Tire 80/100x21 Motocross M-77 Tire 51-m Bridgestone Hardly Used on 2040-parts.com
Livingston Manor, New York, United States
Type:Knobby Dirt Tire
Manufacturer Part Number:51-M M-77
Front Tire Size:80/100x21
Rear Tire Size:80/100x21
Vintage Bridgestone 80/100-21 51M Motocross M77 Tire.
This big Knobby tire is in great used condition! Made in Japan.
Part# T9601. Last one in this brand in this size.
""SOLD AS IS! NO REFUNDS!""
OUR STOCK # is ( # 155 )
Please note, USED but have been in a climate controlled warehouse for over 20yrs.
Please see listed for more information.
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, Mike or Allison, Days : 1-718-652-1868.
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