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93 1993 Arctic Cat Ext 550 Snowmobile Engine Housing Chaincase Chain Case Gears on 2040-parts.com

US $70.00
Location:

Albany, Minnesota, United States

Albany, Minnesota, United States
Condition:Used Manufacturer Part Number:94 95 92 91 1991 1992 ZRT ZL ZT ZR 550 500 440 Part Brand:A530 ZR 600 800 1000 530 T CAT PANTERA 3 CYLINDER

Complete chain case in Great shape, with Gears, Chain, Tensioner, Axle Bearing, Jack shaft Bearing, and all bolts, locking nuts, washers, and spacers. Off of a 1993 Arctic Cat EXT Carb, Also fits EFI, fits others, let me know if you need parts checked before buying. Please let me know if there is another fastener or item you would like included.

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