Vintage Nos 603-003 Arctic Cat ? Snowmobile Steel Ski Not Sure Of Application on 2040-parts.com
Littleton, New Hampshire, United States
Condition:New other (see details)
Manufacturer Part Number:0603-529
Bought a pickup load of new old stock snowmobile parts,mostly suspension,tunnels,skis and other small parts.It appears to be a mixture of stuff,some packages have Arctic Cat on them,every painted part is black.This is an NOS ski,with a little research I could not find out what it fits,it is marked with the part number 603-003,it is about 42.5" long.measuring from tip to heel.Be sure to check the part number appropriate for your application.I am not a snowmobile expert,please look at the pictures and ask questions.Winning bidder will pay actual shipping cost,payment will be made within 3 days,items may be combined to save on shipping,please ask questions for a prompt reply.
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