2010-2011 Yamaha Yz 250 Yz250 Yz250f 250f Pipe Exhaust Muffler Silencer on 2040-parts.com
Springville, Pennsylvania, United States
This silencer was removed from a great running 2011 Yamaha Yz250f. The part is in great shape. There is a dent from the number plate tab which is common. Please view all photos and ask all all questions before your purchase.
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