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Jet Ski Yamaha Fzr on 2040-parts.com

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Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States

Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Yamaha Warranty:Yes

HELLO, FOR SALE IS MY NICE TOY. VERY FAST 72MPH.
I BOUGTH THIS JET BREAND NEW AND IT HAVE 61 HOURS NOW.
WHEN IT HAD 54HRS TIMING CHAIN COME LOOSE AND ENGINE STOOPED.
I TOOKED TO THE DEALER AND YAMAHA PAID FOR A NEW 2016 ENGINE SO JET HAS 61 HRS ENGINE 6 HOURS. I JUST HAD A CHANCE TO RIDE TWICE AND SOASON WAS GONE. JET HAS EXTENDED HAMAHA WARRANTY TILL 2020.
PLEASE CALL IF ANY MORE QUESTION. 301-300-5084
NO REVERSED PRICE SO HIGH BID WILL WIN. PLEASE JUST BID IF YOU HAVE MONEY FOR FULL PAYMENT.

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