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Poly Hull Sav'r 3" Bow Rollers Tie Down Engineering #86143 Three Piece - Trailer on

US $8.99

Lehi, Utah, US

Lehi, Utah, US

You are bidding on a new bow roller. It has just been sitting in my garage never got around to using it sold my boat.

Tie Down Engineering # 86143 - Poly Hull Sav'R Bow Rollers
 - SKU= TIE-86143 

Polyvinyl Rollers Are Long Lasting, Will Absorb Shock, Are Cut Resistant and Will Not Mark or Mar Your Boat.
Retail Price: $16.99
Condition: New
Manufacturer: Tie Down Engineering
Model Number: 86143
UPC Code: 81628861433
Rebate Item: 0
Hole: 1/2 in
Size: 3 in
Color: Amber
Description: Bow Roller w/End Bells

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