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1989 Yamaha 40 50 Hp 2 Stroke 3 Cylinder Outboard Tiller Handle Freshwater Mn on 2040-parts.com

US $229.99
Location:

Keewatin, Minnesota, United States

Keewatin, Minnesota, United States
Good Used Freshwater Parts
Brand:Yamaha Country/Region of Manufacture:United States


  

For all of your used freshwater outboard motors and parts contact: 

NOS Marine

106 W. 3rd Ave
P.O. Box 697
Keewatin, MN 55753
Phone: (218)403-0299

For sale is a good used tiller handle that was removed from a 1989 40/50 Hp Yamaha 2 stroke 3 cylinder outboard motor that we are parting out. This item has been inspected and it is in good working order. We also have other parts for this motor available. If you have any questions, please use eBay's e-mail system or just call Paul at (218)403-0299 or Scott at 218-403-0450. 


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