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Can-am Bombardier 500 Traxter Front Diff 2004 ( 0 Miles ) on 2040-parts.com

US $299.99
Location:

Normalville, Pennsylvania, United States

Normalville, Pennsylvania, United States
Discoloration
Fits:ATV Placement on Vehicle:Front Manufacturer Part Number:705400264 Warranty:No Compatible Make:Bombardier Can-Am

Front differential removed from a 2004 Bombardier Traxter 500 Electric Shift. This bike was new on the showroom floor when it was involved in a fire. There was soot stuck onto the case so the part has been bead blasted to remove the discoloration.  This differential has 0 miles on it. Please do your research to make sure this is the part you need. See the pictures for the exact condition of the item. I try to take pictures from all possible angles so you know exactly what you are getting.(It may not be the nicest looking one you will find but it has no wear and tear 0 miles, I did not paint or clear coat it Ill leave that up to you if you want to.) SHIPS UPS OR FEDEX ONLY

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