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2000 Yamaha Breeze 125 Fuel Gas Tank Cap Petcock on 2040-parts.com

US $17.99
Location:

Ocala, Florida, United States

Ocala, Florida, United States
Condition:Used

 I am listing Parts from a 2000 Yamaha Breeze. Parts are all used and may have signs or wear and  scratches. Please see pictures. I will mention anything that may affect its looks too much or performance. I will NOT list anything that is not usable. I do not include hardware unless you see it in pictures. I can only guarantee the parts will fit on a 2000 breeze. I use a parts chart that says they will fit other years but I can not guarantee that is right. Please check with your mechanic. You will be getting what you see in pictures.

This is for the Fuel  Tank as seen in good working  condition. It comes with cap and petcock.

I WILL COMBINE SHIPPING WHEN POSSIBLE. I DO NOT END AUCTION ITEMS EARLY.

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