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Ims Oversized Fuel Tank Natural 5.0 Gallon Yamaha Raptor 660 2001-2005 Gas on 2040-parts.com

US $199.99
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Ray, Michigan, United States

Ray, Michigan, United States
Raptor 660 2001-2005 X Large gas tank
Fits:ATV Compatible Make:YAMAHA Brand:IMS Compatible Model:RAPTOR 660 2001-2005 Manufacturer Part Number:127314-N2 Surface Finish:NATURAL

Yamaha Raptor 660 LARGE 5 GALLON gas tank!! Very nice gas tank with aftermarket ALBA RACING gas cap!! This will fit Yamaha Raptor model years 2001-2005. Thanks!


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