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'80s Yamaha Tt 250 Bottom End on 2040-parts.com

US $80.00
Location:

Magnolia, New Jersey, United States

Magnolia, New Jersey, United States
Condition:Used

'80s Yamaha TT250 bottom end. Part prefix 3Y0. Crank turns over. Other than that have no idea of the internal condition. Believe it to be in good used condition. No top end or carb. Sold as is. No returns accepted. Feel free to ask any questions before you bid

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