81 Arctic Cat Jag 4000 Original Seat Strap & Hardware / Oem Nylon Band Bracket on 2040-parts.com
Wasilla, Alaska, United States
Part Brand:Arctic Cat / OEM
Manufacturer Part Number:0106-735 0106-728
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81 Arctic Cat Jag 4000 Original Seat Strap & Hardware
|Item Information:||This was originally from a 1981 Arctic Cat Jag 4000 (440 cc). This component may also fit other years and models, such as many of the El Tigre, Lynx, Panther & Pantera models, and possibly others. Please take a few moments to read through the helpful information in this listing and confirm that this component will fit your specific application.|
|Part Condition:||Used - Fully Functional. Please look closely at photos for cosmetics.|
|Part Numbers:||0106-735, 0106-728|
|Fitment:||May also fit other years & models.|
It is your responsibility to ensure that it will fit your machine.
Please feel free to conduct your own research to verify your application.
|Included Hardware:||As Pictured|
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|USA Shipping Method||Delivery Time||Tracking #||Customs #||Handling Time|
|"Economy Shipping"||USPS Parcel Select||2 - 5 Weeks||Yes||n/a||1 Business Day|
|"Standard Shipping"||USPS 1st Class Mail||3 - 7 Business Days||Yes||n/a||1 Business Day|
|"Expedited Shipping"||USPS Priority Mail||3 - 6 Business Days||Yes||n/a||1 Business Day|
|"One-Day Shipping"||USPS Priority Express||2 - 3 Business Days||Yes||n/a||1 Business Day|
|Local Pickup||Local pick-up is not currently available|
|Worldwide Shipping Method||Delivery Time||Tracking #||Customs #||Handling Time|
|USPS 1st Class International||2 - 7 Weeks||No||Yes||1 Business Day|
|USPS Priority Mail International||Small Flat Rate Parcels||2 - 7 Weeks||No||Yes||1 Business Day|
|Regular Parcels||Approx. 2 Weeks||Yes||Yes||1 Business Day|
|USPS Priority Mail Express International||Approx. 1 Week||Yes||Yes||1 Business Day|
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