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Starter Brush Kit | Suzuki LT-A/F 400 / 450 / 500

€40,00
  • Quads
Replacement Starter Motor Brush Kit
Used on starter motors from the following applications:

Kawasaki
KLX400R (2003-04)
KLX400SR (2003-04)
KSF400 KFX400 (2003-06)
Suzuki
DR-Z400SM Supermotard (2005-15)
DR-Z400E (2000-06)
DR-Z400S (2000-15)
LT-Z400 Quadsport (2003-11)
LT-Z400Z Quadsport (2003-11)
LT-F 400 Eiger (2002-07)
LT-A 400 Eiger (2002-07)
LT-A 400 King Quad 2008 ( Possible two options for this Model ! if not this one try SMU7515 )
LT-A 500 King Quad 2011-18
Arctic Cat
400 DVX (2004-08)


Replaces these genuine manufacturers part numbers:

Kawasaki
21163-S004
Suzuki
31130-13E00
31132-13E00
Arctco
3445-033
Replacement Starter Motor Brush Kit
Used on starter motors from the following applications:

Kawasaki
KLX400R (2003-04)
KLX400SR (2003-04)
KSF400 KFX400 (2003-06)
Suzuki
DR-Z400SM Supermotard (2005-15)
DR-Z400E (2000-06)
DR-Z400S (2000-15)
LT-Z400 Quadsport (2003-11)
LT-Z400Z Quadsport (2003-11)
LT-F 400 Eiger (2002-07)
LT-A 400 Eiger (2002-07)
LT-A 400 King Quad 2008 ( Possible two options for this Model ! if not this one try SMU7515 )
LT-A 500 King Quad 2011-18
Arctic Cat
400 DVX (2004-08)


Replaces these genuine manufacturers part numbers:

Kawasaki
21163-S004
Suzuki
31130-13E00
31132-13E00
Arctco
3445-033
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