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84 - 01 Yamaha Phazer Venture 480 Vmax-4 750 800 Srv Xlv Vmax 540 Recoil Starter on

US $30.00

Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, United States

Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, United States
Used recoil removed from a Yamaha Phazer 480. Could use a cleanup or rebuild, but is all intact.
Brand:Yamaha Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:99999-02987-00

Used Yamaha Phazer recoil starter. I however do believe it fits many other Yamaha models. Such as the Phazer and Venture 480 engines, Vmax 4 750 and 800 engines, SRV, XLV, VK, and Vmax 540 engines. Yes, individually they each have different part numbers but there is a pattern:

Phazer/Venture 480cc : 8V0-15700-00-00

Vmax 4 : 89A-15700-02-00

SRV XLV VK VMAX 540cc : 8H8-15700-00-00

There was a superceded part number (8K4-15700-00-00) that has become 99999-02987-00 which I believe is the new comman pat number amongst all these Yamaha model snowmobiles.

Please verify fitment with your dealer prior to purchase, alsoif you have any questions please ask prior to purchase. Item is sold as is with no warranties or returns.

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