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Yamaha Passenger Side Brake Cable, 4281, For Gas G2, G9 Golf Cart Free Shipping on 2040-parts.com

US $22.00
Location:

McKee, Kentucky, United States

McKee, Kentucky, United States
Condition:Used

This is a new passenger side brake cable for Yamaha Golf Car.  It fits Yamaha gas  G2 and G9.  It is part number 4281 at some golf parts vendors.  It is new but has dust and surface rust on it from storage.   The passenger side brake cable measures approximately: Housing 31-1/4", Cable 51-1/2".  It replaces OEM Number(s):  J38-26351-00 and J55-F6351-01..  Thank you for looking.  If you have any questions, I will be glad to answer them.

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