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97 Tigershark Monte Carlo 1000 Carbs Carburetor Triple on 2040-parts.com

US $64.99
Location:

Loris, South Carolina, US

Loris, South Carolina, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details:

 I am parting out a Nice 1997 Tigershark Triple 1000 Monte Carlo. This ski has low hours on it. I am not sure how low but by the looks of the parts I can safely say they were low. I will list each item with accurate description. Please refer to feedback. I have parted out a lot of Jet Skis before so I will not mislead you. Please feel free to ask questions. These parts may fit other years and models but I am only guaranteeing it will fit the 1997 Monte Carlo 1000. Keep in mind parts are used and may be scratched but I will mention or show clearly in pictures anything worse than a small scratch or chip in paint. I WILL COMBINE SHIPPING ON MULTIPLE ORDERS. My Mechanic throws all the hardware into a can so I do not include hardware. If it is a necessity that you have it please send me pictures and description so I can try to find them.

This is for the Carbs. They were in great working condition.  However they have been sitting awhile and may need to be cleaned inside. Everything move as it should.

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