2003 03 Yamaha Blaster Yfs200 Yfs 200 Gas Petrol Fuel Tank & Cap & Petcock Valve on 2040-parts.com
Escondido, California, United States
[[NO RESERVE]] This tank is in great condition. It is clean and looks very nice and is ready to be installed and used. This is a great assembly. The tank mounts well and works great. Everything you see is included. The petcock works well and the gas cap is in good condition. The inside of the tank is clean.
Parts are from a 2003 Yamaha YFS200
These Parts are from a 2003 Yamaha YFS200 4 wheeler that was recently taken apart. The ATV was in good condition. Some parts may fit other year ATVs.
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