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Yamaha Gp1300r Gp1300 Gp 1300 2003-2008 Motor Engine Hardware Bolts Set on

US $74.99

Mount Sinai, New York, United States

Mount Sinai, New York, United States
For a very good, complete, and excellent description of this item please read below.
Brand:Yamaha Manufacturer Part Number:2004 2005 2006 2007 pv npv power valve non nuts

Came from a 2004 GP1300R engine.
This is the entire set with the exception of the case half bolts.
It is possible one or two are missing but highly unlikely.
This hardware has not been cleaned and may show signs of mild corrosion or grease.
These are stainless steel and if buyer wants them perfect then they can be wire wheeled to look new again.
All exhaust, ignition and intake bolts are here as well. Also the flywheel key and bolt.
Shipping is Priority Airmail and ships within 24 hours 
This hardware set is also applicable all 2003-2008 GP1300R engines
The 2005-2008 engines will not need the hardware assocaited with the power valves but they are included. There's nothing wrong with extras.


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