Find or Sell any Parts for Your Vehicle in USA

Two New Ski-daddler Xx Models - Correct Drive Sprockets - Us Made! Guaranteed on 2040-parts.com

US $80.00
Location:

Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, United States

Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:New Brand:Ski-Daddler Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Warranty:Yes

New production Ski-Daddler XX Model Snowmobiles. These are USA made urethane drive sprockets are show quality, quiet running, perfectly detailed from NOS original pieces, and guaranteed not to crack. These have been tested in 20 below weather. These will fit all AMF Ski-Daddler XX models with the cleated tracks. These will also fit all '72-75 Raider Twintrack snowmobiles, all models; 290, 340, 400, 440, Bandit, 34TT, 44TT, Hawk, Eagle, and Double Eagle models. The listing and price are for two sprockets. If you order more pieces, the shipping cost can be adjusted, or overages refunded. See our other auctions for more new, and NOS Raider, Polaris, Mercury, and Ski-Daddler parts. Thanks.

Tracks & Studs for Sale

Sergio Pininfarina exhibition to open in Maranello

Fri, 12 Oct 2012

The late Sergio Pininfarina will be honored in a three-month special exhibition at the Ferrari museum in Maranello, Italy, from 26 October. The ‘Grandi Ferrari di Sergio Pininfarina' – Sergio Pininfarina's great Ferraris – exhibition will feature his classic designs and current Pininfarina evolutions in three halls: Concept Cars, Motorsports and Grand Touring Cars. The Concept Hall will be filled with famous designs such as the Modulo, the P6 and the four-door Pinin concept.

Looking for treasures at the Hershey swap meet: Hagerty Classic Car TV

Tue, 18 Oct 2011

Hagerty Classic Car TV is back with news from the Antique Automobile Club of America Fall Meet in Hershey, Pa. Host Matt Richmond takes us to the auction and swap meet. We get to see some locals who have attended the show for years.

Suzuki Swift Sport gets 5 doors & costs £14,249

Wed, 10 Jul 2013

The new Suzuki Swift Sport 5-door (pictured) offers a more practical option to the Sport The Suzuki Swift Sport arrived in the UK at the end of 2011, and although it wasn’t exactly the sort of hot hatch that would make a Fiesta ST quake in its boots it did up the fun factor from Suziki’s more than decent Swift. In fact, the 3-door Swift Sport did a bit more than up the fun factor, it got Australia’s advertising authorities up in arms about its ‘suggestive’ advertising and got itself banned from Ozzie TV for being too ‘hot’. Which probably didn’t do sales any harm at all.