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Polaris Assault Brake Disc Rush 800 Rmk 2010-2016 Pro-ride 2203918 Switchback on 2040-parts.com

C $37.99
Location:

Thompson, Manitoba, Canada

Thompson, Manitoba, Canada
Condition:Used Brand:Polaris Manufacturer Part Number:2878739

Brake disc removed in good working condition from my 2014 Polaris Switchback Assault 800 that is being parted out due to bulkhead damage. P/N:2878739 replaces P/N:2203918. Sled ran fine before being parted out. See my other items as I will be posting more parts from it. Any questions just ask.


Bentley slaps on a 5 per cent price hike for UK Cars

Thu, 26 Feb 2009 00:00:00 -0800

Bentley are raising UK Car Prices by 5% from 1st April 2009 I’m sure all us Brits still think of Bentley as a good old British Car Producer. But when we pause and think we remember that they are in fact part of VW, and therefore very much a European car maker. Which explains why, despite the cars being bolted together here, Bentley feels the need to put UK Car prices up by 5% from 31st March, due to the current weakness of Sterling.

Audi’s new A1 range (2010): the latest news

Tue, 13 Oct 2009 00:00:00 -0700

By Tim Pollard Motor Industry 13 October 2009 09:38 Audi top brass last night outlined plans for the 2010 launch of the new Audi A1 family, including a whole range of A1 hatchbacks and potentially A1 estates, convertibles and small 4x4s. The Audi A1 will be positioned slap bang against BMW’s burgeoning Mini family when UK sales begin in autumn 2010, priced from around £11,000. The new A1 three-door hatch will be unveiled first at the 2010 Geneva motor show, with continental sales kicking off next summer.

UK Budget 2011: the outcome for motorists

Wed, 23 Mar 2011 00:00:00 -0700

UK chancellor George Osborne announced the 2011 budget today - which includes fuel duty cuts and changes to car tax that will affect every motorist in the land. 2011 Budget changes to fuel duty The Government will cut 1p in fuel duty, effective from 6.00pm tonight. Osborne said the fuel tax cut was designed to offset rising fuel prices, which have burdened every driver with higher bills. And the current inflation-linked 'fuel price escalator', established by the previous Government, has been abolished. Further fuel duty rises in line with inflation have been deferred until 1 January 2012. The planned 1 April 2012 fuel duty rise will be deferred to 1 August 2012.