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1965 Eska Golden Jet 500 Powerhead Engine, 634-07a, 4419562, No Broken Fins, 5hp on 2040-parts.com

US $44.00
Location:

Jeddo, Michigan, United States

Jeddo, Michigan, United States
See pics for more details. Many are greasy and have paint loss. Rotates fine and ran when last used. However there is a couple scratches on the piston. Clean, no broken fins and a clean crank These parts are all used and were operational when the motor was put away about 5 years ago. These used mostly Tecumseh 2 stroke parts. The model Number is 1142 and the serial number is 13564.
Brand:eska Manufacturer Part Number:634-07A Engine(HP):5 Stroke:2-Stroke

1965 Eska Golden Jet 500 Powerhead Engine, 634-07A, 4419562, No Broken Fins, 5HP

See pics for more details. Many are greasy and have paint loss. Rotates fine and ran when last used. However there is a couple scratches on the piston. Clean, no broken fins and a clean crank These parts are all used and were operational when the motor was put away about 5 years ago. These used mostly Tecumseh 2 stroke parts. The model Number is 1142 and the serial number is 13564.

 

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