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New! Jet Ski Billet Drive Couplers 18mm With Damper Sx650/x2 Sx750 [92/93] on 2040-parts.com

US $69.00
Location:

St Albert, Alberta, Canada

St Albert, Alberta, Canada
Condition:New Brand:?? Manufacturer Part Number:#


* This listing is for a set of NEW BILLET DRIVE COUPLERS [18mm] with New Damper to Fit Kawasaki SX650/X2 and Early 1992/93 Sx750 . Successful bidder/buyer to pay 15.00 for S&H AIR delivery to the US . Note:This low cost airmail takes about 10-17 business days for delivery. Basic shipping overseas will be $20.00 +us for S&H AIR  CHECK BEFORE Purchasing. Payment by suitable Bank MO/cashier check, suitable "international" m.o. in US funds only. Of course, PAYPAL is the quickest method ! Checked our other auctions/store?? Thank you.            


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