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K76 Kawasaki Ex250 Ex Ninja 250 250r 1999 Left Shifter Footrest Rearset on 2040-parts.com

US $49.99
Location:

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US

Ann Arbor, Michigan, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Return policy details: Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:Kawasaki

 

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Kawasaki Ninja EX250 250R 1999 model - from a running straight bike

  • Left shifter footrest assembly - the lever has been bent and straightened as shown - tested working - in good shape works fine
  • Left and Right means as you are sat on the bike facing forward
  • Used parts - you should assume they will need some cleaning before use
  • The part(s) in the pictures are the same parts we are selling.
  • Any questions email us or call 734 996 0135
  • If you need more than one item and want to combine shipping - email us first and we can arrange it

 

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