Chaparral Livewell Sliding Door Lid 33097-13-1619 Off White Marine Boat on 2040-parts.com
Franklin, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:New other (see details)
Manufacturer Part Number:33097-13-1619
UPC:Does not apply
I am selling a off white Chaparral Livewell sliding door lid, part number 33097-13-1619. It measures roughly 25" length x 10 1/4" width measured at the longest and widest points. The mounting holes measure roughly 7 3/4" (top), 24" (center) and 7 3/4" (bottom) apart center to center. It is new, out of package and is a little dirty and has some minor markings and residue on glass from storage. Hardware is not included. Comes as shown with only parts shown in pictures. For more information regarding this item please contact a dealer in your area. ( BM / 61D / 9052444 ) (4)
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