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Part For Harley Davidson Curly Letter 3d Metal Chrome Tank Fender Emblem on 2040-parts.com

US $15.00
Location:

Siti Jubaedah, Jakarta Coi, Indonesia

Siti Jubaedah, Jakarta Coi, Indonesia
Condition:New

Part For Harley Davidson Straight Letter 3D Metal Chrome Tank Fender Emblem


Part For Harley Davidson Sportster,Dyna,Softail Willie G Skull Chrome Metal Tank Fender Badge Emblem

Fits For 
  • F150,F250,F350 and all car / trucks
  • Sportster
  • Dyna
  • Softail
  • V-Rod
  • Street Glide
  • Fat Boy
  • Road Glide
  • Road King
Size : See Picture Above
Material : Metal ( Stiff Material )
Adhesive tape include ( just stick it to your vehicle )
Shipping time : 21 - 35 days ( economy shipping )

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