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New Sea-doo Spark 3-up Cover - 280000617 on

US $199.99

Willmar, Minnesota, United States

Willmar, Minnesota, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:280000617 Brand:Seadoo Warranty:No

 This listing is for a new Sea-Doo Cover

Fits: Spark 3-UP 2014-2015 - May fit 2016

 Color: Black

  • Strapless design allows easy installation.
  • Solution-dyed fabric for increased UV resistance.
  • Features include patented air release vent system for trailering and interior pouch to store cover when not in use.
  • Openings to accommodate the Speed Tie system and Snap-in Fenders while docked, plus one at the back for hook under the seat.

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