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Aluminum Propeller 13 X 19 K For Yamaha 50hp -140hp Outboard Motors on

US $75.00

Hubert, North Carolina, United States

Hubert, North Carolina, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Marine Parts Manufacturer Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown Manufacturer Part Number:yamaha 60HP 70HP 75HP 80HP 85HP 90P 100HP 115hp UPC:Does not apply

Fits 50-140HP Yamaha motors. Is 15 spline 13x19P. It is aluminum. It has been used and has lots of life left. It does have scarring from an encounter with some oyster rock. 

Feel free to make me an offer. The only thing I am firm on is the shipping. 

Autoweek archives: BMW introduces the revvy 325is

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