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Nos Suzuki & Arctic Cat Atv Electric Starter Sa-104n on

C $99.99

Canada, Canada

Canada, Canada
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:omc Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:000

You are bidding on a
Electric Starter
Fits: Suzuki & Arctic Cat ATV
1987-Up Suzuki LT-F250/-F300F/-F4WD
1999-2005 Arctic Cat 250
1998-2002 Arctic Cat 300

12 Volt, CCW, 10 Teeth
Mitsuba: SM-13, SM-14
Arctic Cat: 3545-003
Lester: 18807
NOS condition 
sold as is
Please ask questions before bidding
other parts for this bike will be sold in another auction
we will combine items when possible


Canadian Buyers please wait for invoice sent from me with Taxes included.
Any payment received without taxes added will be refunded
Canadian buyers will have to pay GST or HST depending on your location
We ship to US and worldwide, international buyers please contact us for shipping costs.
The delivery to the U.S is approx one to three weeks depend on the buyer's location and method of shipping paid for.
All orders are shipped within three days of cleared payment
The shipping and handling fees are non refundable.

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