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Ktm Right Side Aluminium Case For 1190 Adventure P/n 60312923000 on 2040-parts.com

US $469.99
Location:

Boulder, Colorado, United States

Boulder, Colorado, United States
Condition:New Brand:KTM Manufacturer Part Number:60312923000


KTM  31L ALUMINIUM RIGHT SIDE CASE 

  • Dimensions: 44 cm x 20 cm x 39 cm
  • Volume: 31 l
  • MOUNTING SOLD SEPARATELY   
  • Fitment:

    KTM 1190 ADVENTURE  

    Manufacturer Part Number: 60312923000
    Retail Price: $469.99
    Condition:New in Box

    PART is SOLD by PART NUMBER ONLY. Application is a reference guide only. Please verify fitment before purchasing.

    G-Force Powersports of Boulder
    303-447-3500 ext 112

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