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HMF performance pipe for trade

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I am looking for a stock pipe for my 2007 king quad 700. I have an HMF performance pipe that I will trade straight up for the pipe. If I did this right, there should be some pictures of it below. Anyone interested please email me at [email protected], or reply to this post.

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