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Vance & Hines - 16755 - Monster Oval Slip-ons, Chrome With Chrome Tips on


Tempe, Arizona, United States

Tempe, Arizona, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Vance & Hines Manufacturer Part Number:16755

Used set of vance and hines monster oval slip on mufflers. Only a slight scuff on right side muffler, not even visible with saddlebags on. Fits 95-2016 harley davidson touring models. All hardware and instructions included.... these mufflers retail for 849.95$$$ new.... this is a smoking deal. Again, these are used mufflers, the scuff to the right side muffler is slight and is not visible once saddlebags are attached.

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