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1986-1999 Polaris Indy Trail 488, 500 F/c Engine Cylinder Jug, Std 72mm Bore 89 on

US $99.99

Marengo, Wisconsin, United States

Marengo, Wisconsin, United States
Some lighter corrosion, wear marks in bore, Head included has some nicks in dome
Manufacturer Part Number:3083695 Cylinder Jug 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 Warranty:No Brand:Polaris

Engine cylinder removed from a 1989 Polaris Indy Trail. Reasonable used condition with normal signs of use and age, some lighter corrosion and wear marks in bore, head included has some nicks in done, some overall external stains, scuffs, etc..What is pictured is what will be included. I did run a hone through the bore and do some general cleaning, will need some final cleaning/prep before use. Standard 72mm bore size. Fits other years and models but you should check with your dealer or oem parts diagram to be sure this will fit your machine before purchasing.

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