2008 09 10 11 12 New Take Off Pair Of Ski Doo Xp Front Shocks Black Springs on 2040-parts.com
Georgetown, Idaho, United States
Condition:New other (see details)
This is a new set of front take off shocks from a skidoo xp, may have a small scratch or two from being stored.
This is a good usable part in working condition for its intended application. Blemishes may include, but are not limited to: scuffs, scratches, abrasions, cracks, dirt, grime, oil, bends, etc. Defects will be included within the description or photos. These are used items and may need cleaned and show signs of wear. See photos for the true condition of the item your are purchasing. If you are unsure of the item you are bidding on, please feel free to contact me with questions. Questions and concerns will be answered promptly within a 24-48 hour period at most, and typically much faster.Buyer responsible for fitment to their particular machine prior to purchase. Check with your local dealer to be sure the item will work for your application. Item sold as is, no warranties. Returns only accepted due to my negligence or mistake on my part. 20% restocking fee on all returns. Buyer pays return shipping.
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