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Yamaha Snowmobile Windshield Rx1 Apex Vector 8fr-77210-70 Blue Trim Med High on 2040-parts.com

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Red Lake Falls, Minnesota, United States

Red Lake Falls, Minnesota, United States
Condition:New Brand:Yamaha Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:8FR-77210-70 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

NEW  IN THE PACKAGE YAMAHA OEM WINDSHIELD
PART NUMBER 8FR-77210-70
MED HEIGHT WITH CLEAR TOP AND RED AND BLACK SILK SCREEN ON SIDES
WILL FIT 
06 TO 10 APEX
06 AND UP RX1
06 TO 10 ATTACK GT AND RS
08 TO 14 RS VECTOR
MAY FIT OTHERS 
LOOK AT  PHOTO TO MATCH YOUR WINDSHIELD
4 ROUND  MOUNTING  PER SIDE

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