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Two New Ski-daddler Xx Models - Correct Drive Sprockets - Us Made! Guaranteed on

US $80.00

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.

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