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Ski Doo Mxz Recoil Pull Start Rope Mxz 670 583 600 800 ? 95 96 97 98 99 on 2040-parts.com

US $39.99
Location:

Shelocta, Pennsylvania, United States

Shelocta, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Ski-Doo

Good used recoil from a 97 mxz 670, I believe the rope was replaced at some point because it has the stronger nylon rope. Works good, came from a good running sled with 1728 miles. Comes with rubber seal and clamp. Parting entire sled, email if you need anything else.

Verify fitment before purchase, I am not responsible for fitment in your sled. 

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