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Amr Racing Ski Doo Gen 4 Mxz Renegade Summit Snowmobile Sled Wrap Kit 2017 Cbx Y on 2040-parts.com

US $299.95
Location:

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Condition:New Brand:AMR Racing Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:SKI_DOO_GEN_4_2017 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

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AMR RACING GRAPHICS KIT FOR:

SKI DOO GEN 4

MXZ TNT 850 E-TEC 2017

MXZ 850 E-TEC 2017

RENEGADE ADRENALINE 850 E-TEC 2017

RENEGADE 850 E-TEC 2017

SUMMIT SP 850 E-TEC 2017

SUMMIT X 850 E-TEC

 (Kit covers both sides of Sled) 

 AMR Racing Snow Mobile kits are made from Thick Motocross quality vinyl.  Please don't confuse these with cheap, paper thin kits manufactured by several vehicle wrap and sign companies. Extreme thickness makes AMR Kits very Easy to install. Made with pride in the U.S.A.!

Manufacturer: AMR RACING
Model: SKI DOO GEN 4
Year: 2017
Design: CARBON X - YELLOW
Thickness: 22MIL 
Adhesive: 3M 
MSRP: $399.95



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