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Yamaha Snowmobile Windshield Mount Pz500 Phazer 2007-2016 8gk-77222-00 New! on

US $64.95

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Condition:New Brand:Yamaha Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:8GK-77595-00-00 Country//Region of Manufacture:Unknown UPC:does not apply

 Genuine Yamaha snowmobile windshield mount.
Yamaha part number 8GK-77222-00-00
Fits all 2007-2016 Phazer models .
Item will be shipped UPS ground or USPS priority mail.
Canadian orders will be shipped USPS priority mail. Any taxes or duties are the responsibility of the buyer. Allow 5-10 business days for delivery.
$20.00 shipping to Alaska
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