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DANFENG Motorcycle Fender Eliminator Side Tidy Kit License Plate

$49

DANFENG Motorcycle Fender Eliminator Side Tidy Kit License Plate

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Product description

Color:European Standard

1.The lateral plate for BMW R1200 NINE T has been studied in two elements to be able to adjust sound tilt.

2.It is placed on the swingarm on the attachment points of the rear brake caliper

3.Plate is in steel 3.mm thick to avoid vibration. (140.mm length and 120.mm of large dimension.)

4.Fix the part number plate a fixing kit in stainless steel with thickness of 5.mm, coated with an epoxy paint black.

5.The material used, the stainless encourage a more rigidity and mechanical characteristic absorbs vibrations constraints.

6.It comes with a number plate light to LED standard this and a kit of screws of nuts, washers for allow editing without making a change.

DANFENG Motorcycle Fender Eliminator Side Tidy Kit License Plate

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