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Nos Genuine Oem Yfz350 Banshee Pro-4 Hauler Decal Emblem "yamaha" White on 2040-parts.com

US $16.00
Location:

Wendell, North Carolina, United States

Wendell, North Carolina, United States
New old stock. Packaging is in rough shape, so may some very minor rub marks. Comes how you see it.
Brand:Yamaha Manufacturer Part Number:99241-00030-00

-New old stock. 

-Packaging is in rough shape, so may some very minor rub marks. 

-Comes how you see it.


PLEASE NOTE: ALL ITEMS SOLD ARE ESPECIALLY MARKED. 

-PLEASE DON'T SEND ME BACK YOUR ITEM AND EXPECT A REFUND. 

-PLEASE DO NOT ALTER OR MODIFY THE ITEM YOU PURCHASE AND EXPECT A REFUND. 

-IF ITEM IS NOT WHAT YOU THOUGHT PLEASE CONTACT ME, SEND IT BACK FOR A FULL REFUND. 

-BUYERS PAY SHIPPING CHARGES BACK UNLESS FAULT IS MY OWN.

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