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2006 Suzuki Df 115 140 Hp 4 Stroke Outboard Engine Powerhead Freshwater Mn on 2040-parts.com

US $1,199.99
Location:

Keewatin, Minnesota, United States

Keewatin, Minnesota, United States
Good Used Freshwater Parts
Brand:Suzuki Stroke:4-Stroke Engine(HP):115


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 powerhead that was removed from a 2006 Suzuki DF 115HP 4-stroke outboard motor that we are parting out. This powerhead is in excellent condition with no damage and was removed from a freshwater motor. We also have other parts for this motor in stock. If you have any questions or need more detailed pictures, please use eBay's e-mail system or just call Paul at (218)403-0299 or Scott at (218)403-0450.

 Canada and worldwide customers, please e-mail us for a reasonable shipping quote.  

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