Oem 2015 Seadoo Sea Doo Spark 3 Up 3up White Seat 269002914 on 2040-parts.com
Decatur, Illinois, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:269002914
OEM BRP SEADOO SPARK 3UP WHITE SEAT. BRP PART# 269002914. SEAT IS USED AND HAS A VERY SMALL RIP ON IT (FRONT BOTTOM LEFT SIDE) BUT YOU CANT EVEN SEE IT WHEN SEAT IS ON THE MACHINE.HAS VERY SLIGHT DISCOLORATION BUT EXPECTED WITH IT BEING A WHITE SEAT ON A WATER SPORT MACHINE. IT IS IN GREAT USABLE CONDITION! RETAIL ON THIS SEAT IS $515. MAY FIT OTHER YEARS BUT NOT FOR SURE. VERIFY FITMENT BEFORE PURCHASING. DONT BID OR PURCHASE WITHOUT INTENDING TO PAY. NO RETURNS
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