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Yamaha Xt 350; 1989 Rear Shock on 2040-parts.com

US $24.99
Location:

Limestone, New York, US

Limestone, New York, US
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This is a rear shock from a 1989 Yamaha XT 350.  It is in good working condition.  We are an ATV salvage company and have many good used parts for sale.  If interested in this item or any others, you can also contact us at (716)701-1868.  We also accept credit card payments over then phone.

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