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Yamaha Waverunner Gp1200r 2001 Fuel Tank Used No Damage on

US $5.00

Lake Worth, Florida, US

Lake Worth, Florida, US
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This is a used fuel tank out of a 2001 Yamaha GP1200R waverunner , it is in useable condition, no damage, comes as is. 

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