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Motorcycle Hand Grips for Suzuki SFV650 SFV 650 Gladius 2009 20

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Motorcycle Hand Grips for Suzuki SFV650 SFV 650 Gladius 2009 20

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Product description

Color:Blue

We are a store specializing in selling auto parts, motorcycle parts and other peripheral products

Our store has new products on the shelves every day, follow us, there must be something for you!
This pair of hand grip is made of Alloy cnc aluminum + none-slip pvc rubber , can bond with the 22mm (7/8") handle bar perfectly. It could provide an excellent combination of absorb shock while reduce vibration and arm pump . which make your motorcycle stylish and colorful. Don't miss it!

Product Item: Motorcycle Handlebar Grips
Quantity: One Pair grips+ends
Material: CNC Alloy Aluminum + None-Slip Rubber
Install: High Quality And Easy To Install

Fitment:
1. Grips for 7/8''(22mm) left handlebar and 1''(24mm) right handlebar.
2. Comfort grip feeling, anti-slip design, easy to install.
3. With ergonomic grip design, the item is of high quality, easy to operate, provides enduring comfort and softness for you, which is perfect for preventing wrist and hand from pain.

Please refer to the product picture in detail to make sure it fits your motorcycle.If you have any questions, please contact the seller.

Motorcycle Hand Grips for Suzuki SFV650 SFV 650 Gladius 2009 20

Bundle - 9 Items: ITP Hurricane 14" Wheels Black 31" XM310 Tires


 
 

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