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Yamaha Fx Vx Cruiser Fzr Sho Fx1 Gp800 Gp1200 Gp1300 Xl 1200 New Lanyard on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Brea, California, United States

Brea, California, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:A8158SL Brand:Yamaha Part Brand:Atlantis Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Country of Manufacture:United States

This auction is for a new Atlantis Slip lanyard. This auction is for 1 Red/Black Lanyard.

This lanyars slips easily on and off, very comfortable and light weight. Comes standard with a whistle. Lanyard cord can be unclipped and clipped on the life vest.

Fits: All yamaha watercraft models.

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