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Kawasaki 1999-2005 Ultra 150 130 Inner Hull Drive Shaft Bearing Support Plate on

US $175.00

Mount Sinai, New York, United States

Mount Sinai, New York, United States
For a very good, complete, and excellent description of this item please read below.
Manufacturer Part Number:391543707 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 1999 2000 2001 2002 Country of Manufacture:Japan Part Brand:2003 2004 2005 jh1200 jh1100 jh jt battery 1100 di

This is the entire rear hull structure for the Ultra 130 and 150 models.
Kawasaki does not sell this part and its extremely rare to get one out of the hull without destroying it.
This one came out extremely nice with only one spot that has a a pry mark. Its not an attachment area anyway.
This can be used to save a good ski that would otherwise be unfixable. This is large and heavy
Installs very easy with 2 part epoxy.
 OEM original for the following models
All 1999-2005 Ultra 150 and 130 models from 1999-2005

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