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1997 Polaris Xlt 600 Special Xcr Xtra 12 Rear Suspension 121 X 15 on 2040-parts.com

US $199.00
Location:

Staatsburg, New York, United States

Staatsburg, New York, United States

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I am parting out my 1997 XLT 600 Special. I bought this sled new and have always maintained the sled at all times. The sled only had 2245 miles on it. Please ask any questions. This auction is for Xtra 12  Rear Suspension 121 x 15

Please note: Please be patient as I am not a professional seller. I do this in my spare time... Feel free to ask any or all questions. Please don't ask me to change customs forms.

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