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Yamaha Banshee Skull Pile Seat Cover #ghg5995scblck6995 on 2040parts.com

US $89.99
Location:

Arizona, US

Arizona, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money back or exchange (buyer's choice) Item must be returned within:30 Days Return policy details:5-Star Service Guarantee: You're the most important person to us. We want to build our business on honesty and integrity ... ensuring that our relationships last for the life of your vehicles, and beyond. We are here to answer any questions regarding installation, functionality and returns. Please call or email us before you return a item. We will issue you a RMA number. Thanks Trey Rulon 888-551-1383 (MotoGHG) Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No

Yamaha Banshee Skull Pile Seat Cover #ghg5995scblck6995

MotoGHG ATV seat covers are made from Thick Marine quality vinyl. Please don't confuse this material with cheap, paper thin seat covers made by upholstery shop that use furniture vinyl. MotoGHG is not a mom and pop shop working out of a spare bedroom between running kids to school.

PICTURES ARE NOT OF THE ACTUAL SEAT. YOU WILL RECEIVE ONE HOWEVER THAT IS MADE TO FIT THE STOCK OEM FOAM OF THE BIKE YOU ORDERED. IF YOU?RE BIKE HAS TWO SEATS YOU WILL RECEIVE COVERS FOR BOTH.

Sometimes we make our covers as they are ordered. It can take up to 15 days to ship. If you need it faster please Email us and we will rush it though faster.

MotoGHG purchases there materials direct form the importers in large amounts. This makes it so we can keep the price down. MotoGHG has been the leader in the manufacturing of seat covers, shock covers, and graphic kits for 12 years. All covers with graphics are digital printed by several high resolutions industrial manufacturing equipment. MotoGHG manufactures its own graphic material for the printing on seat covers. MotoGHG staffs it own artist and does not take any art from other company's or Artists.

    5-Star Service Guarantee: You're the most important person to us. We want to build our business on honesty and integrity ... ensuring that our relationships last for the life of your vehicles, and beyond. We are here to answer any questions regarding installation, functionality and warranties.

    If and questions let me know. Thanks and shop with confidence.

    Trey Rulon (MotoGHG)

    888-551-1383

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