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DRC OEM Replacement Clutch Lever for WR250R/X 08-14

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    DRC OEM Replacement Clutch Lever for WR250R/X 08-14

    * Available in standard or short length. Durable aluminum construction to withstand the rigors of your aggressive riding.

    • Product ID: 108295
    • Manufacturer: DRC
    • Fits
      • Yamaha WR250R 2008
      • Yamaha WR250R 2009
      • Yamaha WR250R 2010
      • Yamaha WR250R 2011
      • Yamaha WR250R 2012
      • Yamaha WR250R 2013
      • Yamaha WR250R 2014
      • Yamaha WR250X 2008
      • Yamaha WR250X 2009
      • Yamaha WR250X 2010
      • Yamaha WR250X 2011
      • Yamaha WR250X 2012
      • Yamaha WR250X 2013
      • Yamaha WR250X 2014
    • Condition: New, unless otherwise noted.
    • SoloMotoParts.com is an authorized DRC dealer

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    Length: Standard 108295 D40-01-706 In Stock, only 3 left Ships today if ordered within 6hr 20min 
    Length: Short 108295 D40-03-706 May require additional 2-3 business days to process  What does this mean?