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Gamefisher 15 Hp Upper And Lower Cowling on 2040-parts.com

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Statesboro, Georgia, United States

Statesboro, Georgia, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Gamefisher

Gamefisher 15hp (model no. 225-581506) Upper and lower cowling with shift lever and rod, also, stop button and emergency stop button with lanyard, and fuel connector on cowling and connector to tank line.  I recently purchased this motor, and it was running great until Hurricane Matthew came thru and a tree fell on it an broke the steering control handle off.  Power head sold, lower unit listed, mid section with swivel available.

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