Kawasaki Z1 OEM Replacement Fenders

| 5/24/2013 12:31:55 PM

For Immediate Release 

Sudco OEM Style Replacement Fenders for Classic Kawasaki Z1s

OEM Style Replacement Fenders 

Sudco is America's leading distributor of OEM-style brand new replacement parts for everything you might need for older classic Japanese Kawasaki, Honda, Suzuki and Yamaha motorcycles. The newest additions to Sudco's parts lineup include these Replacement Fenders for 1973-75 Kawasaki Z1s, retail priced at $238 for the Front Fender, and $273 for the Rear Fender. Sudco also offers engine replacement parts, to brand new painted fuel tanks, fenders, seats, instrument panels, exhaust systems, emblems, screws and bolts, turn signals and reflectors and are in stock and ready to ship.

For additional information and to order, contact your local motorcycle parts dealer or Sudco direct. Dealers call Sudco for a copy of the Sudco Main Products Catalog featuring a compete line of stock replacement and high performance parts, including Keihin and Mikuni Carburetors, for dirt bikes, street bikes, ATVs and personal watercraft. The Catalog is also available digitally on their website. Sudco International, 2410 South Sequoia Drive, Compton CA 90220. Ph 1-310-637-8330 / www.Sudco.com.

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