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Westcoast Filter Jps Intake Manifold Carb 440 550 Kawasaki 38mm on

US $175.00

Ontario, California, US

Ontario, California, US


Part: 440 550 Kawasaki westcoast filter jps manifold carb

Description:Has normal wear, Still in good working condition. see condition in pictures above. cab needs to be cleaned

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