Powermadd 43592 Throttle Cable Extension For Arctic Cat Polaris Ski Doo on 2040-parts.com
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PowerMadd 43592 Throttle Cable Extension for Arctic Cat Polaris Ski Doo
PowerMadd Black Throttle Cable and Extension for Arctic Cat Polaris Ski Doo helps to add a little extra throttle cable. The throttle extension will extend the throttle cable by 10 inches. The in-line adjuster allows you to fine tune the cable tension and slack. The universal end fits most sleds. It will work with Yamaha dual cable throttles and Arctic Cats 2007 and newer. It uses the replacement throttle cable.
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