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Yamaha Blaster 200 Atv Gas Tank Shroud Rubber Splash Guards Oem on 2040-parts.com

US $11.99
Location:

Ogden, Utah, United States

Ogden, Utah, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Yamaha Item:Gas Tank Shroud Rubber Splash Guard Manufacturer:Yamaha Compatible Make:Yamaha Fits:ATV Compatible Model:Blaster 200 YSF200

This is a set of used gas tank splash guards removed from a 2006 Yamaha Blaster.  They are in great condition.  They have very low hours on them.  I believe that they will fit most years, but please double check compatibility before you buy them.  Shipping is for lower 48 states only.

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