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Yamaha Oem Carb Cover Vxr Wave Raider Runner Iii 6r8-14284-00-98 on 2040-parts.com

US $49.99
Location:

Fort Collins, Colorado, US

Fort Collins, Colorado, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Return policy details:Item must be returned in the original packaging and in resell-able condition. Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:YAMAHA Manufacturer Part Number:6R8-14284-00-98 Warranty:No Country of Manufacture:Japan

YAMAHA OEM CARB COVER

Part number 6R8-14284-00-98

OEM YAMAHA CARB COVER. Please be sure to match the OEM number for correct application.

Listed for the following models:

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    1990 Yamaha PWC Wave Runner III 650
    1991 Yamaha PWC VXR 650 (806931)
    1991 Yamaha PWC VXR 650
    1991 Yamaha PWC Wave Runner III 650 (8001001 AND UP)
    1992 Yamaha PWC VXR 650 (816999)
    1992 Yamaha PWC VXR 650 (827000)
    1992 Yamaha PWC Wave Runner III 650
    1993 Yamaha PWC VXR 650
    1993 Yamaha PWC VXR PRO 700
    1993 Yamaha PWC Wave Blaster 700
    1993 Yamaha PWC Wave Runner III 650 (809501 AND UP)
    1993 Yamaha PWC Wave Runner III 650 (812301 AND UP)
    1994 Yamaha PWC VXR Pro 700
    1994 Yamaha PWC Wave Runner III 700
    1994 Yamaha PWC Waver Blaster 700
    1995 Yamaha PWC VXR 650
    1995 Yamaha PWC Wave Blaster 700
    1995 Yamaha PWC Wave Runner III 650
    1995 Yamaha PWC Waver Runner III 700
    1996 Yamaha PWC Wave Raider 700
    1996 Yamaha PWC Wave Runner III (650)
    1997 Yamaha PWC Wave Raider 700


     

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