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Product description



Condition: 100% brand new
Item type: Bicycle Brake Pad
Material: High quality rubber + stainless steel + aluminum alloy

Color: black
Size(length x width x height): Approx. 7x3.9x1.7cm/2.8x1.5x0.7in
Weight: Approx. 158g

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Diatoms of North America

Diatoms of North America

Diatoms of North America

Diatoms of North America

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