Genuine Yamaha Meter Cover For 1997-1998 V-max & Venture 500/600/700 Sleds on 2040-parts.com
Bethel, Vermont, United States
Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan
Manufacturer Part Number:8CX-83559-40-00
Good Used Genuine Yamaha Meter Cover For 1997-1998 V-MAX 500, 600, 700 And 1997-1998 Venture 500, 600, 700 Snowmobiles. Part Number 8CX-83559-40-00. Retails New For $83.93. This Is Genuine Yamaha, Not Aftermarket. It Came Off From A 1997 V-Max 700 SX. Fits Yamaha Snowmobile Models; 1997-1998 Mountain Max 600/700; 1997-1998 Venture 500/600; 1998 Venture 700; 1997-1998 V-MAX 500 XTC's; 1997-1998 V-MAX 600 SX; 1997-1998 V-MAX 600 XTC's; 1998 V-MAX 600 SXS; 1997-1998 V-MAX 700 SX; 1998 V-MAX 700 SXS; 1998 V-MAX 700 XT; 1998 V-MAX 700 XTC's and 1998 V-MAX 700 XTCP. It Is In Good Condition With The usual Scratches And Smudges That Will Not Bother. Pledge Should Take Out Some Of That. BEFORE BUYING, IF YOUR MODEL AND YEAR ARE NOT LISTED HERE, PLEASE CONTACT ME TO SEE IF IT WILL FIT YOUR SLED. Please email me with any other questions. Will ship Worldwide. Thanks for looking.
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