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2007 Kawasaki Ultra 250x Used Flywheel And Adapter on 2040-parts.com

US $20.00
Location:

Point Roberts, Washington, US

Point Roberts, Washington, US
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2007 Ultra 250X. This is a good used Flywheel and the adapter that holds it to the crankshaft. There is a #7 stamped on the inside flange. I'm not sure what it means. Seal surfaces polished and ready for use. The ring gear is in perfect condition. Parts removed from a low hour engine failure boat. The parts are cleaned and are oil free. Check out my other ultra 250 parts. Please message me and questions. I will be more than happy to help

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