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2003 Polaris Motor Engine 600 600cc Xcsp Rmk Xc Sp Edge X 2001-05 Low Miles! on

US $845.00

Solon, Iowa, United States

Solon, Iowa, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Polaris Manufacturer Part Number:2202319

Auction price is for complete and assembled fully functional SHORT BLOCK ONLY(crankcase assembly, cylinder and cylinder head assembly, and a piston and crankshaft assembly). Have entire engine setup available including ECM, carbs, power valve assemblies, etc. If other parts are needed in addition to short block please contact me for pricing.

This is a solid running low mile sled that will be complete part out. Most items still available at time of listing. Can send video of snowmobile running as of 12/1/16 or any additional pictures as needed.

Prefer local sale, contact me for discounted pick up price.

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