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Yamaha Oem Snowmobile Crank #1 + #2 - 1969-72 Sl338 Ss338 Ss396 Sw396 + More on 2040-parts.com

US $159.95
Location:

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Calgary, Alberta, Canada
SURFACE RUST AND A FEW NICKS AND BUMPS
Brand:YAMAHA Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:807-11412-00 + 807-11442-00

WAREHOUSE CLEAROUT SALE

FROM A CLOSED DEALERSHIP

GENUINE YAMAHA OEM

RETAIL PRICE WAS $145.61 + $170.02 LAST TIME THEY SHOWED UP IN THE PRICE LIST IN THE 1980'S

FITMENT:

This Yamaha 807-11442-00-00 Crank 4 is used in the following models and assemblies:






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INTERNAL STOCK CODE YAMAHA TWO CRANKS 807-11442-00 + 807-11412-00  1-NRL- FRONT 18A  (RC51)11,10,16  WALTS YAM

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