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Genuine Polaris Complete Recoil Starter Assy For Many 1985-2000 Snowmobiles on

US $64.99

Bethel, Vermont, United States

Bethel, Vermont, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Polaris Manufacturer Part Number:3083461

Good Used Genuine Polaris Complete Recoil Starter Assembly For Many 1985-2000 Polaris Snowmobiles With The Fugi Engines. Part Number 3083461. This Is Genuine Polaris, Not Aftermarket. It Is No Longer Available Thru Polaris. It Is In Good Condition. It Does Have The Usual Oxidation That Will Not Bother. It Could Use A Cleaning. 1 Expansion Nut Is Missing For The Coil/CDI Mounting. It May Fit Some Older Than 1985 Models. On Line They Only Go Back To 1985. I Do Have The Microfiche For The Older Ones. This Is My Last One. 3 SOLD. BEFORE BUYING, IF IN DOUBT, PLEASE CONTACT ME WITH YOUR MODEL AND YEAR TO SEE IF IT WILL FIT YOUR SLED. Please email me with any other questions. Will ship Worldwide. Thanks for looking.

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