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Genuine Oem Yz 250 490 Yz250 Yz490 Yamaha Front Sprocket Cover Engine Guard Nos on 2040-parts.com

US $27.99
Location:

Ellington, Connecticut, US

Ellington, Connecticut, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return policy details:THERE IS A 20% RESTOCKING FEE ON ALL RETURNS OR EXCHANGES.PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE PURCHASING THE CORRECT PART YOU NEED. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No

YOU ARE PURCHASING A NEW OEM FRONT SPROCKET GUARD FOR THE 1983-1987 YAMAHA YZ250 AND THE 1983-1990 YZ490.WE SELL ALL OEM HONDA/YAMAHA/KAWASAKI AND SUZUKI PARTS AND ACCESSORIES FOR DIRT,STREET AND ATV'S.

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU GET THE CORRECT PART BECAUSE THERE IS A 20% RESTOCKING FEE FOR ANY ITEM RETURNED OR EXCHANGED.

WE ARE A MOTORCYCLE/ATV/PWC DEALER AND CAN GET ANYTHING YOU WANT SO IF YOU DONT SEE WHAT YOUR LOOKING FOR JUST ASK AND WE WILL LIST IT FOR YOU.

ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL GRRMX AT 860-871-9999.

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