Original Skidoo S2000 Mxz Seat 96-99 440 583 670 Very Nice. on 2040-parts.com
Climax, Michigan, United States
Condition:New other (see details)
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
very rare to find a 96-99 S chassis MXZ seat that is this nice the issues with it are a small spot looks like a cut toward the back that is about the size around as an ink pen. another spot is in the piping both are shown in the pictures the print is somewhat faded but the material is soft and pliable. one of the flap locks is missing, both mounting bolts snapped off during removal but if you are interested in this seat and don't want to mess with fixing the mounting bolts I have made backing plates for these with new bolts and can install for an additional $20 thanks for looking
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