Kawasaki Ex250 Exhaust 1988-2007 on 2040-parts.com
Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, United States
KAWASAKI EX250 EXHAUST FITS 1988-2007 MODELS. THE PIPES ARE IN GOOD CONDITION THEY DO SHOW NORMAL WEAR AS PICTURES INDICATE. THE EXHAUST WAS TAKEN OFF A 1994 MODEL.
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