BMW K75S Headlight
Comes with 2 Extra Plastic Grommets to Replace the Ones that have been Repaired with Wire -- You Are Able to See the Wire in the Pics where the Grommets are Visible
Sold as is. If the item is not as described, it may be returned for purchase price. Buyer assumes responsibility if the part doesn't fit. Please ask questions before bidding. You can email or call @ (954) 225-6190. I am happy to combine items to help save on shipping. Flat rate shipping is for continental US. Will ship internationally for added postage. Buyers are welcome to arrange pick up to save shipping fee. Please indicate if you would like item shipped to address other than PayPal shipping address.
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