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Yamaha Suv Heavy Duty Anchor Kit Mwv-anchr-kt-00 Boat Anchor Watercraft on 2040-parts.com

US $149.89
Location:

Orlando, Florida, United States

Orlando, Florida, United States
This is a NEW Yamaha SUV Heavy Duty Anchor that is sealed in the package. This item is being listed as new other because the package is worn and the seal has broken open at the bottom. Never used or removed. Fully functional.
Brand:Yamaha Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:MWV-ANCHR-KT-00

NEW Yamaha SUV Heavy Duty Anchor Kit

Part# MWV-ANCHR-KT-00

MSRP $158.99 + tax & shipping

* Item / Items are NOS -New Old Stock- May still be sealed but could be opened for photos and inspection Further more item may soiled from storage or have slight damage to package but, items are NEW and fully functional.

* Item may fit additional years and models. It is the buyers responsibility to verify part compatibility with their own vehicle. If you are unsure of fitment you can contact an authorized Yamaha parts department and have them check the part number listed to get application specifics.

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