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Vance & Hines 18289 Exhaust Big Shot Staggered Suzuki C90 Boulevard on 2040-parts.com

US $656.95
Location:

Pomona, California, US

Pomona, California, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details: Part Brand:Vance & Hines Manufacturer Part Number:18289 Placement on Vehicle:Right Warranty:Yes Brand:Vance & Hines Class:Motorcycle Make:Harley Davidson

Due to CARB Regulations, this item is not available for sale to customers located in the state of CA. All purchases by CA residents will be immediately canceled and refunded.

Features:
To get your metric V-twin the deep big twin rumble it should have, Big Shots are the answer. With oversized slash-cut mufflers and 2-1/2 inch head pipe heat shields, you’ll also get the sharp impressive styling that’s a hallmark of the Vance & Hines brand. Big Shots also feature the Vance & Hines Power Chamber and specially tuned baffles to ensure strong responsive performance all the way through the powerband.

**Please note some product pictures are used for illustration purpose only, actual product & packaging may vary**

THIS IS A BRAND NEW ITEM, NEVER OPENED. BEST PRICES OUT THE DOOR GUARANTEED.

**This item was in stock at time of listing and was also available in our store, INVENTORY SUBJECT TO CHANGE. Please call us if you have any concern before ordering.**
157 Stare Street, Pomona, CA 91767  | Toll-free 877-484-4860
Monday - Friday 9:30am-5:30pm   |  Saturday 10am-2pm  |  Pacific Time

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Delivery:  Normal delivery is 5-12 business days after receipt of valid payment depending on your location.

Tracking Number: You will receive your tracking number via email once your item has shipped.

Shipping: Free shipping is available within the Contiguous 48 US States ONLY and must be with a CONFIRMED Paypal address. Additional Fees will apply to all orders from CanadaHawaiiAlaskaPuerto Rico and APO/FPO. Please contact us for details

Internation orders: Must contact us first for order details and shipping quote.

Exchange Policy: You must call for RMA within 7 days of receipt. There is a 20% restocking fee plus all shipping charges. NO returns or exchanges on close-out or items which has been discontinued.

Questions/Concerns: Due to spam, please do not send ebay messages. 

The Best and Quickest way to contact us is to call us at 877-484-4860 with any questions you may have.

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