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Kawasaki Jetski 650 Js650sx X2 Ts Piston & Rings .50 Mm Over Sized 76.50mm on 2040-parts.com

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Sebastopol, California, United States

Sebastopol, California, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Kawasaki

Here is a nice set of .50mm overbore pistons for Kawasaki 650 skis. Includes pistons, rings, pin, bearing, and all circlips. These were run for approx. 2 hours break in on a motor then removed. They're in good shape.

I generally ship same or following business day with tracking. Items may have studs, bolts, water outlets, etc removed for packaging reasons but everything pictured will be included.

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