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US $95.00
Location:

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Condition:Used

This is an outlet pipe with O2 sensor taken off a 2010 Polaris FST 750 Turbo

Good used condition

Ready to install.


May fit many different years/models.

All parts are shipped exactly as they are pictured unless otherwise noted in description.
 
All parts are inspected and deemed usable unless otherwise noted in description.
 
Parts may require some cleaning and adjustments for proper installation.
 
Engine parts should be properly cleaned and lubricated prior to assembly.
 
ALL PARTS SHOULD BE INSTALLED BY AN EXPERIENCED MECHANIC.
 
Parts are used and may have some scratches/chips and require some cleaning and touch up.
 
IT IS THE BUYER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO VERIFY PROPER FIT!
 
Most items are shipped USPS Parcel, Priority, or First Class Mail or via UPS ground. Shipping price stated is for the lower 48 states only. If you are in Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, or any other U.S. Territory, please contact for shipping quote. Many small items will not need additional postage, but please ask for a quote first. If you purchase an item before receiving a shipping quote, please remember that any additional shipping charges need to be paid before your item will be shippedCanada and International buyers are welcome but please contact me prior to bidding or buying so you understand the shipping costs.
 
We are not responsible for any damage during shipment or lost packages. UPS provides $100 of free insurance. If you would like more insurance please contact before you make payment.
 
Returns
 
We gladly accept returns. Please contact us before returning any item or there may be a delay in the refund of your payment.  You may contact us through e-bay messaging. Items must be returned within 14 days of receiving the item. All sales after 14 days are considered final.  Any items being returned with the exception of defective items are subject to a 15% restocking fee. Electrical items are NON-RETURNABLE. Electrical parts are tested prior to removing from the machine and verified to function properly. Troubleshooting electrical issues by swapping parts causes damage.
 
THE EXACT MODEL AND YEAR A PART WAS REMOVED FROM IS LISTED IN THE ITEM DESCRIPTION. THE MAJORITY OF PARTS FIT A VARIETY OF MAKE AND MODELS THUS THE USE OF KEYWORDS IN THE TITLE, THIS IS NOT "FALSE ADVERTISING." IT IS THE BUYERS RESPONSIBILITY TO VERIFY FITMENT TO THEIR SPECIFIC APPLICATION PRIOR TO PURCHASING.
 
We do our best to describe an item as accurately as possible. If for some reason you are unhappy with your purchase PLEASE message us prior to taking negative actions. We will do our best to make it right. The majority of the parts we sell are used unless otherwise noted.
 
Again if you have any questions please feel free to contact and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Thank you.

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