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Jetski Seadoo Gtx Limtied Supercharge 2006 & 2004 on 2040-parts.com

US $8,000.00
Location:

Alva, Florida, United States

Alva, Florida, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Seadoo

These are a pair of seadoo gtx limited supercharged jetski. The run great and have never had a problem with them. There are a few marks on them but nothing major just alittle wear and tear. No hurry to sell them just need them room in the garage. I run them once a month right now just to kept everything good in them. They each have about 200 hours which isn't much for jet ski. Let me know if you have any question and up for any offers.

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