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Genuine Polaris 5.350" Center Idler Wheel For Sleds In The 1980's & 1990's on

US $12.99

Bethel, Vermont, United States

Bethel, Vermont, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Polaris Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:1543018

Good Used Genuine Polaris 5.350" Black Idler Wheel With 1" Bearing, Plastic Inserts To Adapt Down And Bushing For The Center On Polaris Snowmobiles In The 1980's And 1990's. Part number 1543018. Retails New for $42.99. This Is Genuine Polaris, Not Aftermarket. It Is In Good Condition With The Usual Scratches That Won't Bother. The Bearing Spins Freely And Quietly. I Have More Of These If You Want More For Your Winning Bid Price Each. 5 SOLD. I will combine shipping. Will ship Worldwide. Thanks for looking.

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