93 Sea Doo Jet Ski Xp Seadoo 657 Blue Steering Cable With Fittings Seadoo 1993 on 2040-parts.com
West Monroe, Louisiana, US
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Manufacturer Part Number:277000267
Part Brand:Bombardier - SeaDoo
Country of Manufacture:Austria
This item is from a 1993 Sea-Doo XP. The part is as pictured and was working when removed. Please ask any questions before bidding. I will ship it within 24 hours of when the payment is received(usually the same day). Of course if you have any problems please contact me before leaving any feedback. I will make sure you are satisfied.
93 SEA DOO JET SKI XP SEADOO 657 BLUE STEERING CABLE WITH FITTINGS SEADOO 1993
Part # 277000267
PLEASE CHECK WITH YOUR DEALER BEFORE ORDERING TO BE SURE - BUT IT SHOULD ALSO FIT THESE MODELS:
|Sea-Doo XP 1993
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