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Suzuki Gsxr 600 750 2004 2005 Headlight Lens Cover Shield - Made In Uk Sale on

US $39.95

Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States

Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States
Condition:New Brand:Powerbronze Part Brand:Powerbronze Manufacturer Part Number:440-S419-002

Superbike Store - Official Distributor for Powerbronze Products

Powerbronze are the leading European Aftermarket Parts Manufacturer producing parts for all Motorcycles. All parts are made and tested to the highest standards passing the toughest TUV and ABE Type Approval in Europe. 30 years leading the market

Available from stock in our newly expanded Michigan warehouse. We have been in business selling motorcycle parts here since the year 2000.

New Powerbronze Hard Acrylic Headlight Lens Cover

Suzuki GSXR 600 750 2004 2005 models

Dark Tinted (smoked) - protects your expensive headlight and blocks out 70% of all the light thru the lens

Fits to the bike with 3M hard Velcro Locking pads - the cover can be taken on and off when you want to remove it.


If you have questions please call or email us (email is faster out of business hours) Michigan 734 996 0135. We are on Eastern Standard Time.



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