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2002 Seadoo Gtx Rfi 787 Exhaust Rave Valve on 2040-parts.com

US $45.00
Location:

Tulsa, Oklahoma, US

Tulsa, Oklahoma, US
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RAVE valve removed from running 2002 Seadoo GTX RFI 787. This part should fit other year/models but please be sure this is the correct part for your ski before ordering. Part is in good usable condition from freshwater ski.

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