Suzuki Gsxr 600 750 Srad 96+ Undertail Undertray Red - Made In England on 2040-parts.com
Ann Arbor, Michigan, US
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- NEW Clearance Items - Retail is $179.95
- Suzuki GSXR 600 SRAD 1996 thru 2000 models all years between
- Suzuki GSXR 750 SRAD 1996 thru 1999 models all years between
- Glossy Red ABS Plastic (not an exact color match to factory paint) - the finish is very glossy and smooth.
- Fits flush with the bike tail section and keeps the stock tail / brake light. Has a place to mount your plate and comes with a turn signal mounting bracket to mount signals each side of the plate.
- Can be painted - plastic is the same material the bikes bodywork is made from ABS
- Includes fitting kit
- Made in England by Powerbronze - the European Market Leader in aftermarket parts - in business for 25 years
- Shipped to you directly from our Michigan Warehouse
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If you have any questions please call (734) 996 0135 Made in England by Powerbronze
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