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Seadoo Sea Doo 00 Rx Di X Gray Seat Saddle With Latch & Strap 2001 Rx Di Oem 269000578 on 2040-parts.com

US $199.00
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Danbury, Connecticut, United States

Danbury, Connecticut, United States

This is a used seat with latches from a 2001/2000 Seadoo RX DI. Excellent Shape.

No rips.

Part number 269000578

This Sea-Doo 269000578 Seat Ass'y is used in the following models and assemblies:
2000 RX DI, 5646/5656 - Seat Rear
2000 RX, 5513/5514 - Seat Rear
2001 RX DI, 5534/5535/5536/5537 - Seat
2001 RX X, 5589 - Seat
2001 RX, 5532/5533/5542/5543 - Seat


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