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I am having a sale for the month of march, All our custom made tube fenders front and rear for the troopers will be 20% off!!!!

The rear tube fends I normaly sell for $125 will be going for $100 NLP Rear Tube Fenders Trooper - No Limits Powersports

The front tube fenders with headlight hoops normaly sell for $195 will be going for $156 NLP Front Tube Fenders With Head light Relocators - No Limits Powersports

All prices do not include shipping, and will have to be fitted and welded onto the unit by customer, All fenders are bent by my hands as they are ordered, so please allow 1 buisness day before being shipped

Jarrad

817-695-1151

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I am having a sale for the month of march, All our custom made tube fenders front and rear for the troopers will be 20% off!!!!

The rear tube fends I normaly sell for $125 will be going for $100 NLP Rear Tube Fenders Trooper - No Limits Powersports

The front tube fenders with headlight hoops normaly sell for $195 will be going for $156 NLP Front Tube Fenders With Head light Relocators - No Limits Powersports

All prices do not include shipping, and will have to be fitted and welded onto the unit by customer, All fenders are bent by my hands as they are ordered, so please allow 1 buisness day before being shipped

Jarrad

817-695-1151

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Wow, I'm not messing with you, You must be strong, I have to use a pipe bender to bend stuff.

Lenny

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Wow, I'm not messing with you, You must be strong, I have to use a pipe bender to bend stuff.

Lenny

Okay bent by my hands using the pipe bender.. I may have left that little detail out on accident, I appologize to anybody if I mislead them :rolleyes:

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Wow, I'm not messing with you, You must be strong, I have to use a pipe bender to bend stuff.

Lenny

I like using a tubing bender, plumbers work with pipe, but I usually build race cars and hot rods and off road stuff out of d.o.m. tubing, or molly.

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I am having a sale for the month of march, All our custom made tube fenders front and rear for the troopers will be 20% off!!!!

The rear tube fends I normaly sell for $125 will be going for $100 NLP Rear Tube Fenders Trooper - No Limits Powersports

The front tube fenders with headlight hoops normaly sell for $195 will be going for $156 NLP Front Tube Fenders With Head light Relocators - No Limits Powersports

All prices do not include shipping, and will have to be fitted and welded onto the unit by customer, All fenders are bent by my hands as they are ordered, so please allow 1 buisness day before being shipped

Jarrad

817-695-1151

[email protected]

I just bought the front and rear tube fenders from ya last week you didnt give me 20% off

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