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Vintage Polaris Snowmobile Ski Toe Kit Teal 2871877 - 176 1998-2000's Indy on 2040-parts.com

US $24.99
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Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:2871877 - 176 Brand:Polaris Part Brand:Polaris UPC:Does not apply

Brand new Polaris - PLASTIC SKI TOE KIT - For all Polaris snowmobiles with plastic composite ski's - 1998 - 2000's era - Color:  Teal - discontinued item - NOS - Hard to find!  Perfect paired with black skis too!!!!  Part # 2871877 - 176.  Don't miss out! BM

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