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XS 650 Yamaha racing crankshaft

XS 650 Yamaha racing crankshaft by Chris Applebee Engineering we specialise in dynamically balancing & OVERHAULING all motor bike crankshafts If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask. on 01268 776642 or email chris@applebee.co.uk Thanks for looking


 


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