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2006 Yamaha Yz 450f Yz 450 Push Rod 06 07 08 A1ug6 A on 2040-parts.com

US $12.00
Location:

Spanish Fork, Utah, United States

Spanish Fork, Utah, United States
Condition:Used Brand:yamaha Manufacturer Part Number:yz 450

This came off a  great running 2006 YZ 450F. I can only guarantee this part will fit the year, make, and model of bike it came off of. Good useable condition. 

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