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Ski-doo Oe Chaincase Xps Synthetic Oil/lube/lubricant Chain/gear Case Fluid 12oz on 2040-parts.com

US $19.99
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Ravenna, Michigan, United States

Ravenna, Michigan, United States
Ski-Doo OE Chaincase XPS Synthetic Oil/Lube/Lubricant Chain/Gear Case Fluid 12oz, US $19.99, image 1
Condition:New Brand:Ski-Doo Manufacturer:Ski-Doo Manufacturer Part Number:293600138, 293-6001-38

Genuine Ski-Doo synthetic chaincase oil, 12oz. This is a factory original equipment lubricant, not aftermarket.

355ml containter. The best in multigrade chain lubrication, specifically developed for our high performance models|Offers wide operating range of temperatures.

SKU# 293600138

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