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Yamaha Banshee 350 Amr Racing Graphics Sticker Kits 87-05 Quad Atv Decals Jkpt Y on 2040-parts.com

US $169.95
Location:

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Condition:New Part Brand:AMR RACING GRAPHICS Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:YAMAHA_BANSHEE_350_87-05 Country of Manufacture:United States Placement on Vehicle:Front, Left, Rear, Right Model:YAMAHA_BANSHEE_350_87-05 Surface Finish:VINYL Brand:AMR RACING

 
 

"NEW" AMR RACING GRAPHICS KIT FOR:

        YAMAHA BANSHEE 350 (1987-2005) 



 (Kit covers both sides of quad, FENDER GRAPHICS NOW INCLUDED!)

 AMR Racing ATV kits are made from Thick Motocross quality vinyl.  Please don't confuse these with cheap, paper thin kits manufactured by several vehicle wrap and sign companies. Extreme thickness makes AMR Kits very Easy to install. Made with pride in the U.S.A.!

Manufacturer:  AMR RACING Model:  YAMAHA BANSHEE 350 YEAR: 1987 - 2005 Design:  JACKPOT - YELLOW Thickness:  22MIL Adhesive: 3M MSRP:  $179.95  
 
        
 
 


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