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Passenger Grab Bar Rail For Suzuki 1999-2007 Hayabusa Gsx1300r Gsx 1300r Chrome on 2040-parts.com

US $45.00
Location:

GuangDong,Guangzhou, China

GuangDong,Guangzhou, China
Condition:New UPC:Does not apply Fitment:Suzuki 99-07 Hayabusa/GSX1300R Brand:FDB Part Brand:FDB Manufacturer Part Number:CP Part Type:Passenger Grab Bar Rail Surface Finish:Chrome Placement on Vehicle:Front Country of Manufacture:China

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Fitment

1999-07 Hayabusa/GSX1300R

 

Replaces ugly stock grab rail

 

Quick, cheap, and easy way to add a bit of distinction to your ride

 

Features “Hayabusa” logo as well as the Kanji logo

 

See our store for other Hayabusa accessories

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