Seadoo Xp Body Flare Inserts Body Trim Seadoo Xp on 2040-parts.com
Howard City, Michigan, US
Seadoo XP Body Trim Inserts shown off a 94 XP Seadoo. Everything looks to be in good shape, Normall wear and sunfaded. The rivet holes are are touch out of round as they needed to be drilled out, but the screw mounts are good. This should fit multiple years and Seadoo models.
This is off a 1994 Seadoo XP 650 657, but may fit other models. Please verify.
Thanks for looking.
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