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Trailtech Exhaust Flange Protector Ktm 2-stroke 250/300 Sx Xc Xc-w Exc 06 07 New on

US $49.95

Sebastopol, California, US

Sebastopol, California, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money back or exchange (buyer's choice) Return policy details:For Money Back a 10% restocking fee will be charged. For Exchanges no fee will be charged. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:Trail Tech Manufacturer Part Number:010-006

(some surchages apply for larger items to HI, AK & PR)

Brand New Trail Tech Exhaust Flange Protector which fits:

  • KTM Two Stroke 250/300 SX/XC/XC-W/EXC 2006 & 2007

The Exhaust Flange Protector protects the the KTM Two stroke exhaust flange from damage should the exhaust pipe receive an impact. KTm owners who have experienced a broken exhaust flange know that it will end the ride and leave the bike "open header".

The Trail Tech Exhaust Flange Protector is great insurance for any KTM 250/300 and is more economical than repairs or a new exhaust flange. Installs with 2 bolts and a screw.

International Buyers: USPS First Class Mail usually takes 7-14 business days (but sometimes can take longer due to your countries customs department and local mail system). It does NOT include tracking. If you choose this shipping option, you will be notified of the shipment date by us and agree to take responsibility for any delayed or lost shipments. There are NO refunds if you choose USPS First Class Mail. If you want to track your package you must choose USPS Priority Mail or USPS Express Mail.

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