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WTB - Koho Thigh Boards to fit Koho 580 Pads

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On 4/16/2018 at 10:45 AM, Dharmaboy said:

Hey guys

real simple, looking for 580 Thigh boards to throw on my setup. PM me if you have any.




Will either of these sets work for you?


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11 minutes ago, Dharmaboy said:

Yup for sure. the  ones on the right.

Cool.  The price is free.  My wife likes getting things out of the basement.  Message me your address and we can figure out shipping.


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