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1980 Skidoo Blizzard 7500 Original Fiberglass Seat Pan / Oem Foam Base Plate on 2040-parts.com

US $49.99
Location:

Wasilla, Alaska, United States

Wasilla, Alaska, United States
Condition:Used Part Brand:Ski-Doo / OEM Bombardier BRP Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:414398500 414 3985 00 414-3985-00

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1980 Skidoo Blizzard 7500 Original Fiberglass Seat Pan
Item Information:This was originally from a 1980 Ski-Doo Blizzard 7500 Plus. This component may also fit other years and models, such as many of the 1979 - 1981 Blizzard 5500, 7500 & 9500 models (and possibly others). Please take a few moments to read through the helpful information in this listing and confirm that this component will fit your specific application.
Notes:Good shape overall; has a few spots with a little fiberglass damage... as shown in the pictures.
Part Condition:Used - Fully Functional. Please look closely at photos for cosmetics.
Part Numbers:414398500, 414 3985 00, 414-3985-00
Fitment:May also fit other years & models.
It is your responsibility to ensure that it will fit your machine.
Please feel free to conduct your own research to verify your application.
Included Hardware:As Pictured
Removed From:
Year1980
MakeSki-Doo
ModelBlizzard 7500 Plus
Frame# 357101408
Engine# N/A
Mileage2,421.0
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