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Fmf Fatty Pipe 025101 on 2040-parts.com

US $206.99
Location:

Hollywood, Florida, United States

Hollywood, Florida, United States
FMF Fatty Pipe 025101, US $206.99, image 1
Condition:New Brand:FMF Racing Manufacturer Part Number:025101 UPC:Does Not Apply

Fatty Pipe
  • Based on the successful exhaust pipe used by pro riders
  • Cone section is shaped like the original Fatty, but with new features
  • Constructed with two thicknesses of steel
  • 19-gauge steel used on the header portion for optimum strength and durability; 20-gauge steel on body and rear section for increased weight savings
  • Seams are hand pounded after stamping process for that factory look
  • Come in a raw, unplated, oiled finish
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