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US $14.50
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Highlands, Texas, US
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NEW Billet Caliper Covers VSTAR 1100

RETAIL$49.99

OUR PRICE $14.50 YOU SAVE $35.49

-Item is Brand New in the Package
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These highly polished, triple-plated billet covers are adhesive backed for quick and easy install.
-Bal- Milled Finish
-Set of 2 per pack.
-Installation Instructions Included!

Fits:

  • Yamaha VSTAR 1100 Classic (ALL)
  • Yamaha VSTAR 1100 Custom (ALL)
  • Yamaha VSTAR 1100 Silverado (ALL)

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