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1985 Johnson Evinrude 150 Hp V6 Lower Unit 21 3/4 Inch Shaft on 2040-parts.com

US $450.00
Location:

Independence, Missouri, United States

Independence, Missouri, United States

1985 Johnson Evinrude Outboard Motor  Lower Unit. 21 3/4 inches.  In good mechanical condition, shifts smoothly. Cavitation plate has no chips. Drive shaft and shift splines look very good.   This lower unit has a new water pump impeller.  Overall, it could use a new paint job.  Someone did a very poor job painting this unit. We ship worldwide. Should you have any questions regarding this piece please feel free to contact  Mick at 816-585-5466 Thank you.

USED IN FRESHWATER ONLY.


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