Powermadd 45608 Extended Brake Line For Ski-doo Rev Models 42 Inches on 2040-parts.com
Fort Collins, Colorado, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:45608
Country of Manufacture:United States
39 INCH LONG POWERMADD BRAKE LINE SKI-DOO REV SNOWMOBILES
This is a NEW extended braided brake line for SKI-DOO REV model sleds. Stainless steel braided line with UV protected PVC coating.
DOES NOT FIT REV XP, XM, XR, XS MODELS
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