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Sprocket Cover & Case Saver, W/ Bolts, Crf150r Crf 150r Crf150 Honda '09 on

US $15.00

West, Texas, United States

West, Texas, United States

This auction is for the sprocket cover and case saver from a 2009 Honda CRF150R.  Both pieces are in excellent condition.  The mounting bolts are included.  USPS Priority Mail Shipping!!

 Please check with your local dealer to ensure bike model and year model compatibility.  I usually ship USPS Priority mail within 24 hours of receiving payment, and I will combine shipping for winners of multiple auctions!  Some larger, heavier items will occasionally have to be shipped FedEx Ground which is still very quick.  Most parts can be shipped internationally, but it will cost more, so please request a quote.  Check out my other auctions if you don't see what you need.  Thanks for looking and Good Luck!

All parts have been power washed, washed by hand, or degreased in a parts cleaner.  I do not send out dirty, oily messes.  This also gives me the opportunity to inspect the items closely to check for damage or wear.

I guarantee 100% satisfaction with every part I sell. I try my best to inform my customers if a part will swap models, but IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO RESEARCH ITEM COMPATIBILITY TO BE CERTAIN !!! If there is any problem, please email or call me at 254 744 1331. I strive to help my fellow riders stay on the dirt for as cheap as possible. If your bike never breaks... it hasn't been ridden hard enough!

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