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Motorcycle Tire Dunlop Sports K990 80/100/21 51m Used Rim, Tire Top Condition. on

US $80.00

Livingston Manor, New York, United States

Livingston Manor, New York, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:Dunlop Rear Tire Size:80/100 x 21" to replace the 3.00x21" Type:Motorcycle Rim Diameter:21" Manufacturer Part Number:K-990 51-M Sidewall:Blackwall Front Tire Size:80/100 x 21" to replace 3.00x21"

Vintage Dunlop Sports K990 – 80/100/21 51M Tire. Made to Replace 3.00-21.  Made in Japan.  This auction is for the tire only.  As seen in the photos the rim damaged, will remove tire from rim when purchased and ready for shipping If you wish!  In excellent condition. Great Used condition.   ""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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