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Brand new Sondor suspension front fork a fatty

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Brand new Sondor suspension front fork a fatty

I have a brand new in the box Sondors front suspension fork for sale, it's for the 4.9 tire fat tire bikes. Yellow in color, message me if interested in buying it.

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