Yamaha Blue Trac Rack Twin 1.3 Gallon Fuel Carrier Jerry Can on 2040-parts.com
Rutland, Vermont, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:MAD213
Make the fun last a little longer on any riding adventure with this awesome twin 1.3 gallon cans. The exclusive rack system makes straps a thing of the past and securely mounts these permanently in place. One of the most innovative ideas we have seen to date. Set includes 2 BLUE jugs, rails and all necessary mounting hardware. These are proudly manufactured in the US and Canada.
The set we are selling fits all Arctic Cat or Yamaha models, if you are interested in any other brand please email us. We have kits to for the new Ski Doo Rev Gen 4, XM, XP,XP, or Polaris models!!
Shipping USA 15.00, Canada 30.00, International 40.00
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