Oem Genuine Kawasaki 2005 - 2017 Brute Force Kvf 750 Fuel Tank Cover #14092-0186 on 2040-parts.com
Ruffin, North Carolina, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:14092-0186
Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown
Placement on Vehicle:Rear
OEM Genuine Kawasaki Fuel
Tank Cover (Part# 14092-0186) pulled
off of a 2008 Kawasaki Brute Force KVF 750 4x4 EFI with 1,361
miles/285 hours, compatible with 2005 through 2017 Kawasaki Brute Force
KVF 750's (Please verify fitment for your specific application prior to
purchase). Item shows normal external signs of
wear from intended use, is fully functional, intact and undamaged. We process and ship out
all orders that are received before
3:00:00 PM Eastern Standard Time the
same business day (Monday through Friday) and before 11:00:00 AM Eastern Standard Time on Saturdays, to ensure
your item arrives as quickly as possible. If order is placed after 3:00:00 PM
EST but before 4:30:00 PM EST during the week there is a good chance it will be
processed and shipped same day, but we cannot guarantee this due to
circumstantial time constraints that may occasionally arise outside of our
control. Item is used and therefore sold as is. Hassle-free returns accepted within 14 days upon
item receipt for refund; 10%
re-stocking fee may apply;
buyer responsible for return shipping. If you have any questions or concerns
please feel free to ask. Thanks
and good luck!
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