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165 Hp Mercuiser 6cyl Gm 250ci 4.1l Carburetor Carb Linkage Lever Arm on 2040-parts.com

US $23.99
Location:

Madison, Ohio, United States

Madison, Ohio, United States

This item was removed from a 165 HP Mercuiser 6cyl GM 250ci 4.1L.  SN: 4610794.  This engine is from a freshwater environment.

This is a: Carburetor Carb Linkage Lever Arm    

Item Location: 00H016



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