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I have a Carhartt jacket to sell or trade. This is a very heavy long jacket that has spent more time hanging in the van the on someone. It comes with a hood. It is faded from hanging in the window. I also have brake pads andd some camo shock covers to sell/trade. It is 46 tall. I wear an XL.

Im looking for

Bar pad

In line temp gauge

In line cooler

Shock covers (sport)

Strut covers (Ute)

Dr D reverse lever

Perch and or lever

Broken KFX700 tail light for the wiring

Screw on wheel spacers

Tank bag for DVX

Tank bag for a ute

Wrap around hand guards


Other Z parts or universal quad stuff

Honda Big Red lever like this (See pic)






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