Victory Cross Country Tour Hardball Hard Bag Decal on 2040-parts.com
Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right
Part Brand:Victory Cross Country Tour HardBall
Country/Region of Manufacture:Canada
These decals are meant to add a bit of color to your Cross Bike.
Decals in the pics are made from high performance reflective material. Displayed on my personal bike they have replaced the factory reflectors. Removing the reflectors could be illegal in some areas....you be the judge.
Most solid vinyl colors
Black Ultra Metallic
Gold Ultra Metallic
Red Ultra Metallic
Blue Ultra Metallic (matches Imperial Blue nicely)
One pic shows the metallic blue as well as reflective red. There have been many questions asking about the blue so hopefully this helps.
Choose your color and include the choice with payment. If no color choice is mentioned, we will ship Reflective Red by default.
Installation procedure and helpful tips included.
Treat them the same way you treat your bike and they will last for years!
Ships to US and Canada.
Drop in for a visit here: signs49.ca
I have a few 3 1/2 by 6 1/2 decals (shown with the pics) left over from a project so until they are gone, I'll include one with each purchase of the bag decals.
These ship to Canada as well. Simply make your purchase and request an invoice.
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