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Trail Blizzer ,snowmobile Ice Scratcher New !!! Tb03-400 on 2040-parts.com

US $99.99
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Saint-Jean-Chrysostome, Quebec, Canada

Saint-Jean-Chrysostome, Quebec, Canada
Condition:New Brand:QUALIPIECES Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:TB03-400

In order to ride snowmobiles on hard or icy surfaces without damaging the tracks and overheating the engine, it is essential to have a set of ice scratchers. The obvious choice is the lubricating & cooling Trail Blizzer ice scratcher that thrusts snow and ice onto the machine's components. It is easily installed on all snowmobiles, whether it be Arctic Cat, Bombardier, Yamaha or Polaris, regardless of its year of manufacture!

Make no mistake: the Trail Blizzer is a scratcher like no other. Problems often associated with other scratchers were eliminated so that you can enjoy your snowmobile 100%. Check it out for yourself!

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