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2006 Suzuki Ltr450 Rear Axle, Disc 06 Ltr450 B3905 on

US $79.00

Clearwater, Florida, United States

Clearwater, Florida, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Suzuki Manufacturer Part Number:B390509061626-5 L:HH2 Type:ATV

ITEM DESCRIPTION: Please review all of the photos. Item was removed from a 2006 LTR450. Item is in usable condition. Everything shown is included. Looks to be nice and straight. All items have normal wear from being used. Please check out our other auctions for more new and used parts!!!

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