Biondo Air Co2 Bottle Dedenbear Rons on 2040-parts.com
San Pablo, California, United States
I have a nice used co2 bottle for either a shifter or throttle stop. It's has black powder coating with very minor scratches associated with common wear. There are no leaks, cracks or previous repairs of damage. It was removed to go to a larger bottle with more capacity.
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