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Ski Doo Citation Ls-e Starter Motor 410-207500 Nippondenso 128000-1670 W Bracket on

C $40.00

Roblin, Manitoba, Canada, Canada

Roblin, Manitoba, Canada, Canada
Condition:Used Brand:Ski Doo Manufacturer Part Number:410-207500

An excellent used starter motor from a 1986 Citation LS-E. Includes the mounting bracket shown attached to it.  The OEM Ski Doo part number would be 410-207500 and the Nippondenso number on it is 128000-1670    

Location: FS-1-3                                    approximate packaged             24x17x12 cm     2.40 kg

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