2 X 0305123 305123 O Ring Gearcase Or Crankshaft Evinrude Johnson Outboard Motor on 2040-parts.com
Putney, London, United Kingdom
Brand:OMC Johnson Evinrude
Manufacturer Part Number:0305123
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
EAN:Does not apply
These are New OEM Parts for Evinrude Johnson Outboards
You are buying two of these here because many engines need 2!
#0305123 o ring seems to have been used for many years on various v4 and V6 etecs
This is found on your parts list as either a crankshaft seal on older engines or a gearcase seal on the later v4 and v6 ETEC
I have found it used between 1968 and 2007
Please, before you buy, check your own parts list to make
sure you are buying the right part to fit your engine
It is your responsibility to do this.
Returns because it does not fit are dealt with at your cost.
2 x 0305123
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