Ski-doo Rev Xp Xs Xr Rare Yellow A Arm Protectors - New 860200047 Mxz Renegade on 2040-parts.com
Eau Claire, Wisconsin, United States
Part Brand:Ski Doo
Manufacturer Part Number:860200047
Country of Manufacture:Canada
Ski-Doo REV-XP, REV-XS AND REV-XR
A-Arm Protectors in RARE Yellow Color
Brand New - Genuine Accessory - Unopened Package!
This is an original set of A-Arm protectors for your XP or XR Ski-Doo snowmobile. Set is still in the original unused package. Ski Doo has not produced these a-arm protectors for over 4-years. Your chance to get them is now!
These should fit all REV XP/XR and XS Chassis up to 2014. Please check with your dealer.
Email with questions. Check BRP number for fitment. Thanks and good luck.
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