Nstyle Monster Pro Circuit Kx250f Kawasaki Graphics Kit Kxf250 (09-12 Bike) W Sc on 2040-parts.com
Freeport, Pennsylvania, US
N-STYLE MONSTER TEAM PRO CIRCUIT KAWASAKI GRAPHICS KIT with BLACK GRIPPER SEAT COVER and BLACK BACKGROUNDS N40-3687
It will fit the KX250F 2009 to 2012 bikes ONLY!
includes everything you see in the second and third pictures (pictures of bikes are for reference only)
(BRAND NEW 2013 DESIGN) INCLUDES the pictured BACKGROUNDS!
This is the kit used by BAGGET, RATTRAY, DAVALOS,HILL and WILSON!
These graphics are made by N-STYLE from SUPER TOUGH 15 mil PVC vinyl and 3M backing!
made in the USA
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WORLDWIDE DELIVERY SHIPPING DISCOUNT!
THIS KIT RETAILS FOR $199.99! BUY IT NOW for ONLY $139.99!
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