Find or Sell Motorcycles & Scooters in USA

Universal Dirt Bike Mx Grips Honda Suzuki Hodaka Bultaco Penton Flattrack Ossa on 2040-motos

US $6.99
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:0
Location:

Patchogue, New York, United States

Patchogue, New York, United States
QR code
UNIVERSAL DIRT BIKE MX GRIPS HONDA SUZUKI HODAKA BULTACO PENTON FLATTRACK OSSA, US $6.99, image 1

Hodaka All photos

UNIVERSAL DIRT BIKE MX GRIPS HONDA SUZUKI HODAKA BULTACO PENTON FLATTRACK OSSA, US $6.99, image 2 UNIVERSAL DIRT BIKE MX GRIPS HONDA SUZUKI HODAKA BULTACO PENTON FLATTRACK OSSA, US $6.99, image 3 UNIVERSAL DIRT BIKE MX GRIPS HONDA SUZUKI HODAKA BULTACO PENTON FLATTRACK OSSA, US $6.99, image 4 UNIVERSAL DIRT BIKE MX GRIPS HONDA SUZUKI HODAKA BULTACO PENTON FLATTRACK OSSA, US $6.99, image 5 UNIVERSAL DIRT BIKE MX GRIPS HONDA SUZUKI HODAKA BULTACO PENTON FLATTRACK OSSA, US $6.99, image 6 UNIVERSAL DIRT BIKE MX GRIPS HONDA SUZUKI HODAKA BULTACO PENTON FLATTRACK OSSA, US $6.99, image 7

Hodaka All tech info

WarrantyWarranty:No

Hodaka All description

ONE PAIR (2) RT GRIPS IN BLACK, RED, YELLOW OR BLUE

PLEASE SPECIFY COLOR WHEN YOU CHECK OUT!

 LEFT & RIGHT SIDE FITS ALL 7/8" HANDLEBARS (NOT FOR ATV)

WILL FIT ALL MOTORCYCLE HANDLE BARS

CHECK OUT OUR OTHER LISTINGS FOR MORE COLORS

BRAND NEW

IF YOUR NOT SATISFIED RETURN IT FOR A FULL REFUND!

CHECK OUT OUR STORE FOR OTHER GREAT BARGAINS


On Mar-12-06 at 21:28:08 PST, seller added the following information:

After purchasing, pay instantly with your credit card through PayPal!
Pay me securely with any major credit card through PayPal!
VisaMasterCardDiscoverAmerican Express


On May-01-12 at 08:43:06 PDT, seller added the following information:



You will receive one 7/8" grip for the clutch side and one 1" grip for the throttle

this will fit all motorcycle applications except for ATV's

(for ATV's you will need two 7/8" grips) 
if you are ordering for an ATV please specify upon checkout or contact us after your purchase

Moto blog

A Different Bike Magazine

Thu, 12 Feb 2009

Motorcycle Retro is a pet project of former Motorcyclist editor Mitch Boehm, launching as Motorcyclist Retro in early 2008 under the Source Interlink media umbrella. It featured a contemporary look at motorcycles of the 1960s through the 1980s. However, the circulation numbers of MR didnít meet the expectations of the media conglomerate, and they cancelled production of the magazine after just two issues.