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Yamaha Roadstar Warrior Rear Wheel Rim on 2040-parts.com

US $388.00
Location:

Moreland, Georgia, US

Moreland, Georgia, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:Yamaha Placement on Vehicle:Rear Surface Finish:Stock Warranty:No

very nice 3 spoke warrior wheel appears straight, clean good bearings ... it took off low mile nice bike. 18.5 wide x18.5 long x7.5 in. high  is size to fit in a box to ship UPS Ground.weighs 14 pounds ..

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