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New Polaris Starter 4170006 Fits A Lot Of Polaris Snowmobiles on

US $75.00

Appleton, Wisconsin, United States

Appleton, Wisconsin, United States
No original packaging
Brand:Polaris Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:4170006

Up for auction is a New Polaris Starter part number 4170006.  This fits a lot of Polaris sleds from 1996 to 2006 including the 340, 550, 488, XLT, Indy lite, 500, 600, 700, and 800 liquid motors.  This is a no reserve auction - bid to win!  I usually ship the next day after payment is received.  Please ask any questions before buying. Thanks for looking.

Pickup is an option, but I will need to be paid in cash and I have to collect tax for Uncle Sam.  No PayPal if you plan on picking up.

Shipping to lower 48 states, Alaska, and Canada only please.

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