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Nos Suzuki Ts125 Tc125 Tm100 Tm125 Cable Rear Brake P/n 58510-28000 Genuine on 2040-parts.com

US $35.99
Location:

BANGKOK, TH

BANGKOK, TH
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:14 Days Return policy details:Return policy: If you are not satisfied with the item. Please return by ship it out within 3 days. You must contact us first. You are responsible for the return shipping cost. Refunds will be issued once we have recieved the item in the same condition but not include shipping cost. We will happily return your money if we did not describe the item correctly. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:SUZUKI Manufacturer Part Number:58510-28000

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NOS CABLE REAR BRAKE

SUZUKI TS125 TC125 TM100 TM125

part number 58510-28000

Genuine made in Japan

$12 Shipping cost to Worldwide

 High Quality Parts

CONDITION NEW100%

Take 7-28 business days to USA  AUSTRALIA  ASIA UK EUROPE .

Take 15-35 business days to Italy France Malta Russia North  South  Africa.

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Please understand that the occasionally delay due to customs and postal service are beyond our control.

 

                                                          

Return policy:

 If you are not satisfied with the item. Please return by ship it out within 7 days. You must 

contact us first. You are responsible for the return shipping cost. Refunds will be issued once we have

recieved the item in the same condition but not include shipping cost. We will happily return your money

if we did not describe the item correctly. 

 

                                                                 

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