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Helena, Montana, United States

Helena, Montana, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Yamaha Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:8DW-47587-01-00 Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan

Used 40 tooth driven sprocket in good condition.  This is a non-reverse gear, so won't fit snowmobiles with reverse.  Sprocket is from a 2006 Apex Mountain & should fit other Yamaha sleds besides the Apex. 

 As item is used, there is no returns.  Also, once item has been awarded, payment shall be received in seven working days or item will be relisted.  Free expedited shipping by USPS included & item will be sent within 24 hours of when payment is received unless on a weekend or holiday.  If any questions, please let me know.  Thank you.

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