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Nos Bombardier Sea Doo Starter Relay. 2002 Gtx 4-tec. Oem# 278 001 767 on 2040-parts.com

US $75.00
Location:

Kingsport, Tennessee, US

Kingsport, Tennessee, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Manufacturer Part Number:278-001-767 Warranty:No Part Brand:Bombardier

NOS Bombardier Sea Doo starter relay. OEM#  278 001 767. Bombardier lists as fitting the 2002 GTX 4-Tec 5573/74/93/94 models. Removed from the original packaging for these pictures. This is the only one we have in our stock. You will receive the item pictured. No warranty, guaranty, or return on electrical items.

Will be glad to ship internationally by USPS 1st Class. Package should be about 2 pounds 12 ounces. International buyers responsible for shipping costs, tariffs, fees and restrictions.

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