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Item specifics

Condition:
New: A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is ...
Part Type:
Forks
Brand:
Unbranded
MPN:
Does Not Apply
Number of Items:
5pcs
Material:
Aluminum, Plastic
Set Includes:
Shoulder cover, Wire control plastic card seat, Slider, Screw
Fork Type:
SR Suntour XCM/XCR/RAIDON/EPICON
Compatible Bike Type:
Universal
Package Contents:
Shoulder cover*1 Wire control plastic card seat*1 Slider*1 Scr
Item Length:
10cm
Item Height:
4cm
Item Width:
5cm
UPC:
Does not apply







Remote Speed Lock Out Parts Set Ultralight Replacement New For SR Suntour

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