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2002-2007 Mitsubishi Evo 8/9 Fiber Glass/carbon Fiber Rear Trunk Spoiler Wing on 2040-parts.com

US $152.99
Location:

Walnut, California, US

Walnut, California, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:30 Days Return policy details:- Inspect your package prior to installing it. If there are ANY damages present, make sure you CONTACT US FIRST! Please do not attempt to fix it yourself. Doing this will only result to modifying our product. Modifying it means the warranty will be VOID. - Our products require professional installation. We are not responsible for damages caused during the installation. A 15% restocking fee may apply if there is a buyer's mistake. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Placement on Vehicle:Rear Surface Finish:Black Warranty:Yes Part Number:2-SPC-EVO0801-2CF Material:Fiber Glass

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