Kawasaki 440 550 Js Sx Mariner Waterbox Light Weight 2.4 Lbs Sounds Great! on 2040-parts.com
Santa Rosa, California, United States
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Part Brand:kawasaki 550js waterbox resonator
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!
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