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Shock Protector Covers Arctic Cat Sled Silver Flames On Green Snowmobile Set 2 on


Quincy, Illinois, United States

Quincy, Illinois, United States
Condition:New Brand:atv-shock-covers Manufacturer Part Number:NA


Snowmobile Shock Covers

The silver flames do not peel and crack. 

These are screen printed with a special paint and additive that

adheres to the nylon material.

  • Brand New Shock Covers.  Set of 2 front. 
  • Keep your shocks clean and dirt free.  Protects from mud, dirt, debris, etc.     
  • Top Quality Shock Covers.  
  • Guaranteed fit.   
  • Made from strong denier nylon and put together with the toughest of upholstery nylon thread and velcro.  I make every set myself! 
  • Easy to install and remove with the velcro attachment.  You can machine wash in cold water and air dry when they get too dirty. 



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