Yamaha Handlebar Cover And Pad - 1994 Vmax 600 Le - 8ab-23815-00-00 - #12930 on 2040-parts.com
Hutchinson, Minnesota, United States
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THIS PART IS OFF A: Yamaha - 1994 VMAX 600 LE
PART NUMBER: 8AB-23815-00-00
STOCK NUMBER: 12930
CONDITION: USED - Item show signs of previous usage but is fully operational and will function as intended.
COMPATIBILITY: we only know for sure that this part will fit other machines that are the exact same year, same model and same configuration as the one it was removed from. If you plan on using this on any other machine or one that is listed in the description or mentioned in the title... please do your own research or call us for assistance to verify compatibility and fitment BEFORE purchasing it.
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