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Yamaha Rear Wheel Bearing Kit Pwrwk-y09-000 Banshee(87-2003), Blaster(88-2003) on 2040-parts.com

US $34.95
Location:

Jasper, Indiana, United States

Jasper, Indiana, United States
Condition:New Brand:Pivot Works Manufacturer Part Number:PWRWK-Y09-000 Type:Bearing & Seal Kit Warranty:No

NEW OLD STOCK ITEM

The Original Pivot Works Rear Wheel Bearing and Seal Kit

Listed applications include: Yamaha Banshee (1987- 2003) and Yamaha Blaster (1988-2003)

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