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Kawasaki 440 550 Js Sx Mariner Waterbox Light Weight 2.4 Lbs Sounds Great! on

US $99.99

Santa Rosa, California, United States

Santa Rosa, California, United States
Condition:Used Manufacturer Part Number:exhaust pipe manifold engine motor Part Brand:kawasaki 550js waterbox resonator Warranty:No

Here's a very nice aftermarket Mariner aluminum lightweight waterbox for a kawasaki 440/550 JS/SX ski. Great sounding waterbox, lighter, and less restrictive than stock. I'm parting out many skis and I love bundles so message me with your other needs!

I generally ship same or following business day with tracking and to most areas an expedited shipping method is used (if not already set to priority) so items arrive much sooner than eBay estimation!! I do ship internationally please message me for a qoute with your shipping info.

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