Find or Sell any Parts for Your Vehicle in USA

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.            


On Jun-10-05 at 00:08:41 PDT, seller added the following information:

After purchasing, pay instantly with your credit card through PayPal!
Pay me securely with any major credit card through PayPal!
VisaMasterCardDiscoverAmerican ExpresseCheck



Complete Engines (Watercraft) for Sale

Kia reveals VR7 spec for 2014 Kia Picanto, Rio and Cee’d models

Thu, 23 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

Kia reveals new VR7 spec for the 2014 cee’d, Picanto and Rio Kia already offers value for money across its range, but the new VR7 trim level for the Picanto, Rio and Cee’d offers even more for even less. All the Kia VR7 models get the same basic additions to the standard spec – AirCon, Bluetooth, alloys, reversing sensors, heated door mirrors and electric windows – with individual models getting additional extra tweaks. The Kia Picanto VR7 – as a three or five door with the 1,0 litre petrol engine – starts at £8795 and adds better upholstery, chrome door handles and a new front grill whilst the Kia Rio VR7 can be had with either the 1.1 litre diesel of 1.25 litre petrol and adds body coloured bumpers, new door handles and mirrors and more safety features to the list.

Motorists Worried About Safety On Smart Motorways

Fri, 09 May 2014 00:00:00 -0700

THE IAM is calling for more information and advice on ‘smart’ motorways for drivers. The call comes after a poll conducted by the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) discovered that seventy-one per cent of drivers said they would feel less safe on a motorway with no hard shoulder than a motorway with one. One of the main concerns of respondents is the plan to increase the distance between safety refuges with forty-eight per cent believing that safety refuges should be no more than 500 yards apart.

Bob Lutz returns as General Motors adviser

Fri, 02 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0700

The raspy voice of Bob Lutz will again be heard at General Motors. The company announced on Friday morning that its former product czar is returning as an adviser. Lutz had been advising GM executives on an informal basis, the company said.