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Product description

Color:Titanium

Motorcycle Engine Guard Protection Bumper Decorative Block Modified 22mm, 25mm, 28mm Crash Bar

Material: Aluminum + POM
Color:Black/Orange/Red/Gold/Blue/Green/Titanium
Installed in the anti-fall frame touch point, can effectively prevent the anti-drop frame and the ground scratch
Reversed to avoid metal and ground friction caused by the spark, to prevent the ground gasoline fire, to avoid secondary losses

Fitment:
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Apply to any Motorcycle in 22mm / 25mm / 28mm diameter

Note:
please install in a straight place, do not install at the bend, and tighten the screw slightly, do not have to tighten too tightly

Package Included:
1 Pair x Bumper Guard Blocks with Screw Kit ( As pictures Shown )
( Please Ensure This Part Fits For Your Motorcycle Before order )

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