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2005 Johnson 50hp Outboard Powerhead on 2040-parts.com

US $400.00
Location:

Wright City, Missouri, United States

Wright City, Missouri, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Johnson Stroke:2-Stroke Engine(HP):50 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

2005 Johnson outboard 50 Hp powerhead. Includes flywheel, stator, trigger, Vro fuel pump, carburetors, and fuel primer. Is missing switchbox, starter, and voltage regulator. My customer broke the transom bracket assembly when he backed the boat into a building, did not want to pay to repair it so we parted it out.

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