Taillight Housing Lens Polaris Snowmobiles Indy 340 Indy Trail Centurion Indy400 on 2040-parts.com
Nampa, Idaho, US
New aftermarket taillight housing and lens for most Polaris snowmobiles from 1976-1998 except longtrack models with built on cargo racks. 13 3/4" x 3" 3 bulb taillight does not come with screws or bulbs or bulb sockets or wiring. Check to make sure your seat hasn't been changed and still has the removable taillight housing.
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