Genuine Yamaha Hpdi 250 And 300 Trim Tab Zinc #69l-45371-00-00 on 2040-parts.com
Dunedin, Florida, United States
Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan
Manufacturer Part Number:69L-45371-00-00
Up for auction is a Genuine Yamaha HPDI 250 and 300 Trim Tab Zinc #69L-45371-00-00. It is NEW IN THE ORIGINAL BOX; the box has some wear.
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