1996 Polaris Indy 500 Ski Shock 7041388 on 2040-parts.com
Payette, Idaho, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:7041388
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I AM PARTING OUT A 1996 POLARIS INDY 500. ALL OF THE PARTS I HAVE FOR THIS ARE LISTED.
THIS IS THE SKI SHOCK.
PART NUMBER: 7041388.
ITEM IS IN GREAT SHAPE.
NOT DAMAGED IN ANY WAY.
WORKED GREAT BEFORE IT WAS REMOVED.
ITEM IS SOLD AS IS WITH NO WARRANTY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. IDAHO RESIDENTS WILL BE CHARGED 6% SALES TAX.
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