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Atlantis Seadoo Watercraft Pwc Flush Kit All 1992-1998 on

US $25.95

Monroe, Connecticut, United States

Monroe, Connecticut, United States
Atlantis SeaDoo Watercraft PWC Flush Kit all 1992-1998, US $25.95, image 1
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:PUA7001 Brand:Atlantis UPC:Does not apply



Fits all Seadoo pwc's with factory  t-fitting, 1992-1998

Brand New in original packaging

p# A7001


-Allows easy flushing of cooling system to keep it at peak efficiency

-Cleans system of debris and contaminants including saltwater, sand and sediment

-Kit designed for specific applications


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