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04-09 Suzuki Gs500f Gs500 500 Fuel Tank Gas Tank Resevoir Blue on 2040-parts.com

US $185.00
Location:

North Royalton, Ohio, US

North Royalton, Ohio, US
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Used gas tank w/ one small ding. Blue in color. Not rusted or badly dented. Couple of small scratches and nicks in paint. Suzuki emblems are included and show as they should. At the time of listing there was no rust in the tank. 9/13. The lock assembly shown in pictures is not included. I have it available as a lock set in another listing. Message me for more details or questions regarding item condition and shipping.

This item was pulled from a 2007 Suzuki gs500f. I am parting out an Unwrecked bike if there is anything else you may need let me know I will let you know if I have it available still.

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