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Mikuni Triple 38mm Carbs on 2040-parts.com

US $60.00
Location:

Moreno Valley, California, United States

Moreno Valley, California, United States
used need carb kits
Diameter:38mm Warranty:No Brand:Mikuni

Yamaha wave raider/wave venture mikuni triple 38 mm carbs. Fresh water use, no broken screws, just needs carb kits. Reedd are not that clean, broken pedal on a few. Missing black screws for top of air box. Clean carbs no stripped screws recommend rebuilding accerator pump.

N/S-1.2
Hi-107.5
L-75

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