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Hodaka Ace 90 Oem Vinyl Mud Protector With Snaps Rear Fender Ace 100, 90 100 on 2040-motos

US $29.95
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Orem, Utah, United States

Orem, Utah, United States
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Hodaka Ace 90 rear mud protector.  In good condition, all of the snaps are good, none are broken.  OEM

Please remember that the motorcycle parts are used, most are vintage and will have wear associated with them. I try my best to describe the part in full detail always adding pictures showing unusual wear areas. Most importantly I want your Ebay experience to be a good one! Ebay is a close community of online buyers and sellers. I pride myself in being part of this great community! I want your Ebay purchase to be a great transaction for you! Please let me know if for any reason you are unsatisfied with your purchase and I pledge to make it right for you! Every item I sell is always returnable for a refund if it doesn't meet your expectations. I want the part I sell to help you get your motorcycle back on the road again. Motorcycles are my passion and I thrill in the idea that I can help you restore your project! Please feel free to contact me if for any reason you are unhappy with your purchase. Thank you for your purchase and for being a part of this great community!

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