Ficht Motor Model E115FPXEEN. Low Hour Trade-In motor. Controls and oil tank are included. Fuel Injected, Stainless Prop, 25” Shaft, Good compression. Power trim. LOTS of power! Runs great at idle and screams at full throttle. Runs a little rough in the middle though and takes a couple of minutes before it restarts after you shut it off. We are not an Evinrude dealer and don’t have the computers/manuals to troubleshoot the problem so our loss is your gain! Motor sold as-is It is the buyer's responsibility to determine the correct part and compatibility prior to purchase. This part may fit multiple makes and models. If you have any questions regarding item applications, condition, color, dimensions, shipping costs, payment methods, combined shipping, etc., feel free to email or call us directly at 850-670-8100 during normal business hours. Payment: Paypal or credit card payment is required within 3 days of purchase. Unpaid items are relisted at buyers expense if we are not notified. Florida shipments or local pickup requires that we collect 7% Florida sales tax. Returns: 14 day return policy. Please contact us if there is a problem before leaving feedback. We want to encourage good communications and the best possible Ebay transaction. For used merchandise - while we offer refunds for items sold we encourage the buyer to inspect the condition via the photographs. Please request additional photos after purchase if not sure of condition. Please supply email address to seller. The buyer is fully responsible for the cost of return shipping for purchase refund. Wefing's Marine is a full service marine dealer and service facility located at 131 Highway 98 in Eastpoint, FL. We have been in business since 1909. Our facility is approximately midway between Carrabelle, St. George Island and Apalachicola Florida on the unspoiled "Forgotten Coast. Call us at 850-670-8100 or come by for marine products and service and get both along with a generous helping of nautical knowledge, southern hospitality and an occasional fish tale. Our aim is to make Wefing's your one stop source for quality marine products, boats, motors, trailers, equipment and service.
1999 Evinrude 115 Hp 2 Stroke Low Hours With Controls on 2040-parts.com
Eastpoint, Florida, US
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