Winner X front footrest with carbon paint
Winner X car toy with carbon paint is one of the sets suitable for everyone. With an affordable price, you can get a full set of Winner X car toys with carbon paint to decorate your pet but still save much more than Winner X car toys made with CNC.
You may want to see more: A full set of 8 Winner X decorative accessories with Carbon paint
Installation location: Winner X carbon-painted front footrest is one of the carbon-painted accessories that are mounted to decorate the pet car more synchronously and beautifully. The front footrest is installed at the rear of the engine block at the footrest of the front passenger. Fixed with screws firmly and without shaking. Is one of 8 products with a full set of Winner X carbon-painted accessories at super promotional prices of Hoang Tri Racing Shop. Don't forget to click the link above to see the details of those 8 products and buy them together at a great price!
For the Winner X car toy line with carbon paint, you should get the whole set to look more beautiful and stronger than the manufacturer version. In particular, for carbon paint products, in addition to the Winner X car decoration feature, you can also protect the interior accessories when covering the outside of the car's zin items.
You can completely buy and install for your pet, order right at the sales channels of Hoang Tri Racing Shop. If you have a need to install Winner X car toys in general and Winner X carbon paint accessories, don't forget the prestigious address that provides a full and complete set of Winner X toys in Ho Chi Minh City.
Address 1: 158 -160 Han Hai Nguyen, Ward 8, District 11, HCMC
Address 2: 586 Pham The Hien, Ward 4, District 8, HCMC
Phone: 0909 4747 13 - 0909 5030 25
Note: Patterns and textures may change over time because the manufacturer changes the model. Customers ordering online, please understand this unexpected change in model. Thanks
The front footrest has been installed for Winner X
Winner X front footrest and engine cover with carbon paint
Close-up of the front footpegs fixed with screws