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Evinrude Johnson O.m.c. 48-50 H.p. Drive Shaft Assy 1980's Very Nice Condition on

US $65.00

Trenton, New Jersey, United States

Trenton, New Jersey, United States
Very nice fresh water condition.
Brand:Evinbude Johnson Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

We are retiring after over 50+ years as a O.M.C. repair facility. We will be selling many items at greatly reduced prices over the next few months. Here is a nice 48-50 h.p. drive shaft assy, complete with bearing cap,removed a long time ago!   It fits the 20 inch 1980's 48-50 h.p. motors. Overall length is 30 32/4"  Spline on engine end is .625 dia with 14 splines. Pinion dia is .555 with 17 splines. This is a hard to find item in this condition and no longer avail i believe?  Shipping lower 48 states will be 15.00. Pay-pal accepted. Regards GREATDEALSONLY  (H.M.S. MARINE)

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