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1997 Yamaha V Max 700 Sx Steering Tie Rods, Ends Drag Link, Rubber Boots 97 Vmax on 2040-parts.com

US $49.99
Location:

Marengo, Wisconsin, United States

Marengo, Wisconsin, United States
One tie rod slightly bent, slight play in joints, overall reasonable used condition, see pics and description
Brand:Yamaha Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:Tierod Bar, Boot Covers, Drag Link, 97 700, 98 99?

Tie Rods, drag link, spindle clamps, and tie rod boots removed from a 1997 Yamaha V Max 700 SX. One tie rod a bit bent, some play in joints, tiny rip on one boot. Overall reasonable used condition with normal signs of use and age. May fit other years, models, and sizes but you should check with your dealer or oem parts diagram to be sure these will fit your machine.

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