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05 Ktm 105 / 85 Handle Bar Brace Handle Bar Pad Mount #2ns on 2040-parts.com

US $15.99
Location:

Walker, West Virginia, US

Walker, West Virginia, US
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handle bar brace  off of 05 ktm 85/105. maybe dirty dusty rusty or filthy. may fit other years or modles please check before you buy. 

for 7/8" bars

comes as pictured

shows wear

has scratches and scuffs

there may be additional shipping charges to HI AK PR 

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