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Wesbar Sealed Bulb Boat Trailer Tail Light Left Hand New #3504 on 2040-parts.com

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Oshkosh, Wisconsin, United States

Oshkosh, Wisconsin, United States
Unused NEW shelf display
Brand:wesbar Part Type:light Manufacturer Part Number:3504

WESBAR rear tail light. HAS CLEAR LENSE AT BOTTOM. Submersible sealed capsule model #3504. Has clear lens at bottom for license plate.

This light is NEW UN-USED, it does have a slight scuff mark on the lens as shown in picture #5. You can see it, but not feel it, I just wanted to point it out. It should in no way affect the performance or life of the light. This light was my display light to show customers, Our shop is no longer going to service boats or boat trailers, so watch my listings for more marine related parts and tools.

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