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1995 Seadoo Spx 650 * * Flywheel Guard * * P# 272 000 034 * * Used Jet Ski Part on 2040-parts.com

US $13.95
Location:

Reddick, Illinois, United States

Reddick, Illinois, United States
Used, no broken tabs.
Brand:Seadoo UPC:Does not apply

Up for auction is this used jet ski part.
This is the used flywheel guard removed from a 1995 Seadoo SPX 650cc jet ski.
Please see photos for condition - condition is as shown.
No broken tabs or cracks.
I currently have many parts listed from this machine.

Thanks for looking.

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