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Kawasaki Jetski Js550 A 86-87 Fuel Gas Tap Assy Valve Petcock 51023-501 Nos on 2040-parts.com

US $75.00
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Stockholm, SE

Stockholm, SE
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Brand new genuine Kawasaki spare part. This part is used with:

1986 JS550-A5 FUEL TANK
1987 JS550-A6 FUEL TANK

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