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New Take Off Polaris Walker Evans Rear Track Shock Pro Rmk 600 800 on 2040-parts.com

US $189.00
Location:

Stacy, Minnesota, United States

Stacy, Minnesota, United States
NEW TAKE OFF SHOCK WITH 0 MILES.
Brand:WAKER EVANS Manufacturer Part Number:7043834

THIS LISTING IS FOR ONE NEW TAKE OFF WALKER EVANS REAR TRACK SHOCK PART NUMBER 7043834 FOR PRO RMK 600 800 POLARIS MODELS THAT USE A 16 3/4" SHOCK. SELLS FOR $371.24 EACH AT THE DEALER. PLEASE CONTACT ME BEFORE BIDDING ON THE ITEM FOR DETAILS IF THE SHOCK WILL FIT YOUR MODEL. CALL 651-238-4698 IF YOU NEED DETAILS ON CUSTOMIZING THE SHOCK. I HAVE MANY OTHER STYLES OF SHOCKS AND SNOWMOBILE PARTS AVAILABLE SO CHECK MY OTHER ITEMS OR CALL IF YOU DO NOT SEE WHAT YOU NEED. HPG KYB FOX

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