Arlen Ness - Ness-Tech Alternative Speeding Bullet Marker Lights
- Chrome-plated, die-cast aluminum
- Slick cone design with single- or dual-filament bulb available in smooth style
- Amber and red lenses included
- 3" L x 21/8" diameter
- Sold each
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Item Requires Shipping
- 73.0 lbs.
- W15.0000” x H8.0000” x L108.0000”
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