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Pair Slugger Handle Bar Ends Barends Weight/slider Suzuki Gsxr 600 750 1000 1100 on

US $11.50

St. John's, Newfoundland And Labrador, Canada

St. John's, Newfoundland And Labrador, Canada
Condition:New Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right

Slugger/Hollow Bar Ends




  • Width of Bar ends : 28mm
  • Diameter of Bar end : 28mm
  • Diameter of rubber end :18mm
  • High quality solid billet aluminum.
  • 100% brand newEasy installation
  • Color choice: black  silver  red  blue  gold.



  • Fit for all motorcycle with HOLLOW BARS






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  • International Registered Air Mail


  • If the parcel is lost or damage during delivery,we will refund all money.

  • email discounted postage for multiple purchases


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  • If you would like to return your item , please  email us immediately.

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