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Genuine Yamaha 630-24261-00 Fuel Meter Housing Model 12a 15a 12hp 15hp on

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Garndolbenmaen, United Kingdom

Garndolbenmaen, United Kingdom
Brand new stock, packaging may have been opened to take pictures and may be shop soiled but contents are good.
Type:Engine Parts Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan Sub-Type:Meter housing Manufacturer:Yamaha Brand:Yamaha MPN:6302426100 Manufacturer Part Number:630-24261-00 EAN:Does not apply


Genuine Yamaha 630-24261-00 Fuel Meter Housing
Model 12A 15A 12hp 15hp

These part fits the following engines:

Model 12A 12hp
Model15A 15hp

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