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New, Hard Krome 3" Big Straight Exhaust System, Yamaha Road Star, 1999-2012 on 2040-parts.com

US $369.95
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Kansas City, Missouri, US

Kansas City, Missouri, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Surface Finish:chrome Warranty:No

    New, Exhaust made by Hard Krome. 3" Big Straight for the 1600/1700 Roadstar.                           

Distributed Exclusively by Hard-Krome
SKU: 45-4829b
List Price: $649.99

 

 

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