Yamaha Yfz 450r 450x 09-13 Graphics Kit on 2040-parts.com
Litomerice, default, Czech Republic
Manufacturer Part Number:40
Yamaha YFZ 450R 450X 09-13 GRAPHICS KIT** Number and name is only illustration. If you want own logos, colour number plates, number or name, please send message.
Shipping Information: Worldwide shipping. Handling time 1-3 days of payment. We use regular postal service in order to minimize your expenses.
It is reliable and delivers within reasonable time. Stickers are sent
with confirmation number which shows that they are dispatched. Note: Not
all countries enter info regarding delivery. If you want other delivery
service, like EMS or courier, it will costs extra.
Payment Options: We accept PayPal. Payments must be received within 5 days of purchase.
Material: 16 mil thick material with the best possible adhesive for low-energy
surfaces such as MX plastics. Protective laminate is thick and durable
enough to withstand on professional rider`s bike.
Application: All surfaces must be thoroughly cleaned before applying decals.
Decals, Emblems for Sale
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