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1987 Polaris Indy 400 Light Switch Hi Low Lo Beam Trail 500 Sport 440 89 90 91 on 2040-parts.com

US $19.99
Location:

Marengo, Wisconsin, United States

Marengo, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Polaris Part Brand:85 1987 XC XCR XLT ULTRA RMK EDGE INDY IFS SKS RED Warranty:No

Light high/low beam switch removed from a running 1987 Polaris Indy 400.Reasonable used condition with normal signs of use and age, some cracks in rubber connector. Should fit other years,models, and sizes but you should check with your dealer or oem parts diagram to be sure this will fit your machine.

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