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* Water Cooled Voltage Regulator Mercruiser 165 99502 on 2040-parts.com

US $80.00
Location:

Deltona, Florida, United States

Deltona, Florida, United States
untested
Brand:Mercruiser Manufacturer Part Number:99502

untested..motor was in great shape.has chips in paint and some small spider cracks on the one side.please ask any questions before you buy.make me an offer.check out my other auctions..thanks

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