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Yamaha Sbt-ltblk-80-13 /white Black Factory Matched Number Registration Kit *new on 2040-parts.com

US $19.99
Location:

Seattle, Washington, United States

Seattle, Washington, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:SBT-LTBLK-80-13 Brand:Yamaha UPC:Does not apply

NEW - OEM
Genuine Yamaha Part/Accessory

 

Yamaha Part Number:
SBT-LTBLK-80-13 

 

YAMAHA

FACTORY MATCHED NUMBER REGISTRATION KIT

WHT/BLACK

 

Multi-Color Registration Kit

Contains four fuel-resistant stickers of each letter (A - Z) and number (0 - 9).

Meets U.S. Coast Guard regulations

Factory packaging

 

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