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806329a1 Mercury Mercruiser Remote Oil Filter Kit on 2040-parts.com

US $250.00
Location:

Penn Yan, New York, United States

Penn Yan, New York, United States
New open box item.
Brand:Mercury Manufacturer Part Number:806329A1

This is a new old stock Mercury Remote Oil Filter Kit.  Part Number is 35-806329A1.  Open Box Item.  Please see pictures.   


We are a Mercury Dealer.  Contact us with your serial number and we can confirm your application.


 
About us 
Morgan Marine on Keuka Lake in Penn Yan, NY.  We have a large selection of Mercury NLA as well as OMC New Old Stock Parts. All parts are as pictured.  Keep in mind many of these are old stock and show shelf wear.  We provide the part number.  You are responsible for verifying application.  All items are available in store and on our website.  We reserve the right to cancel auctions early due to local sale.  You can reach our shop with questions at (315) 536-8166.  If you have a part your looking for, let us know and if we have it, we can list it for you.  


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Shipping is available in the US.  Please contact us for shipping out of the country.  We are closed on Sunday's and Mondays through the Winter & Spring.  Auctions ending around then may see a delay in shipping.  We will do our best to answer any questions and get items out as timely as possible.  Please contact us with any questions.

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