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Bangkok, TH

Bangkok, TH
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 FOX  ENERGY DEVIL Sticker Sheet Effect
ATV BIKE RACE Graphic Decals

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Brand  :   New & High Quality

The item is the decoration for your Bike , Car, Sket Board , Wall , Book , any where

Adhesive base, suitable for exterior or interior use

Easy and convenient to use

Please clean the surface of the target before stick it on

Comes with adhesive on the back, just peel and stick

Color : Black/Green Graphic

Size : 7 x 10.5 inch (17.5x26.5 cm.)

 

Shipping via Thailand Post Standard Small Package Airmail

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Payment

 

We accept Paypal payment only. 

Payment is due within 5 days after the auction ends. 

 

Shipping

 

            Your item will be shipped usually within 1-3 business of receiving cleared payment.  Shipping handing worldwide from Thailand via standard small package airmail and Delivery time takes approximately 10 - 25 days depends on consignee country. 

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              If you are not satisfied with the product you purchased for any reason, please contact us for a return instruction within 14 days for a refund. Shipping handling costs are not refundable.  Return shipping cost will be paid by buyer.  But please be reminded that we will only ship to delivery address in Paypal payment.  Please ensure the delivery address is correct before processing the payment.

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