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New Oem Yamaha Yfm90 90 Raptor Girls Graphics Decal Kit Atv-43d25-00-01 on 2040-parts.com

US $59.99
Location:

Dora, Alabama, United States

Dora, Alabama, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:Yamaha Manufacturer Part Number:ATV-43D25-00-01

This is an auction for a NEW OEM FACTORY 09-13 Yamaha YFM90 Raptor 90 Boys Black and Red and Girls Purple and Light Blue Body Fender Graphics Decal Kit ATV-43D25-00-01 (there are 2 complete kits in this pkg, one for boys and one for girls).  It is in good working condition as listed and shown. You'll have to check with your dealer to make sure it works for you as it may fit many other years, makes and models. I've listed what I know, you'll have to do your homework to find out if it fits YOUR year and model (the easiest way to find out is to call a dealership parts dept and ask if they interchange). I do allow returns, but the buyer must pay the return shipping; no exceptions, whether the parts are right for you or not.  Buyer to pay high bid amount plus $6.99 US Shipping by paypal within 4 days of the end of the auction.  I will combine shipping on multiple items purchase where applicable. I will ship outside the US but you must email BEFORE bidding for shipping rates as they will be higher.  Please serious bidders only. Thanks and happy bidding!!

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