Ski-doo Track 504152760 - 2.86” Pitch - 15” X 120” X 1.00” - Full Clip on 2040-parts.com
Canton, Michigan, United States
For Auction is a USED Camoplast snowmobile track PN 504152760. It is 15x120x1.0, 2.86 pitch. I bought is used as back up track about three years ago and never used it. It has never been studded. Clips are still in great condition. No tears or rips. All track lugs are good used condition. Please verify that it will fit your sled. If you need any additional details about the track I can do what I can to help you out but will not look up or confirm that it will fit your sled, that will be your responsibility. Get a great track with a lot of life left to it at half the cost of a new one.
Buyer to pay for actual shipping charges based on a package weight of 32 pounds from zip code 48188.
This track is sold as is, with no warranties or guarantees. This is a non-refundable auction. Ask questions to make sure it is exactly what you want before bidding. All bids are binding.
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