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Amr Quad Graphics Kit Stickers Decal Yamaha Banshee 350 on 2040-parts.com

US $159.95
Location:

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Condition:New Warranty:Yes Placement on Vehicle:Left Manufacturer Part Number:YAMAHA BANSHEE 350 Brand:AMR Racing Part Brand:AMR RACING



 
 

"NEW" AMR RACING GRAPHICS KIT FOR HONDA:

YAMAHA BANSHEE 350 (all years)
 

 AMR Racing Quad kits are made from Thick Motocross quality vinyl.  Please don't confuse these with cheap, paper thin kits manufactured by several vehicle wrap and sign companies. Extreme thickness makes AMR Kits very Easy to install

FRONT AND REAR FENDER GRAPHICS NOW INCLUDED!

Manufacturer AMR RACING
Model YAMAHA BANSHEE 350
Year(s) ALL
Design MADHATTER - WHITE DESIGN / BLACK BACKGROUND
Thickness 25mil
Adhesive 3M
MSRP 179.95
 
        
 
 

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