1989 Pz480 Yamaha Pz 480 Phazer Headlight on 2040-parts.com
Payette, Idaho, United States
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I AM PARTING OUT A 1989 YAMAHA PZ480 PHAZER. ALL OF THE PARTS I HAVE FOR THIS ARE LISTED.
THIS IS THE HEADLIGHT.
GLASS ISN'T CRACKED, BROKEN, OR SCRATCHED UP.
BODY IS IN GREAT SHAPE.
BOTH THE HIGH AND LOW BEAMS WORK GREAT.
ITEM IS SOLD AS IS WITH NO WARRANTY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED.
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