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Genuine Oem Honda New Lower Unit Counter Rotating 25" 135 \ 150hp New No Box on 2040-parts.com

US $1,299.99
Location:

Shelton, Connecticut, United States

Shelton, Connecticut, United States
THIS IS A BRAND NEW LOWER UNIT OEM WITH OUT BOX HIS LOST IS YOUR GAIN(CUSTOMER)MAY HAVE RUBS OF BLACK ON SIDES FROM SEATING IN RACK FROM OTHER UNITS (MERC'S) SEE PIC'S
Brand:Honda

***THIS FITS DIFFERENT SIZE HORSEPOWERS 135/150 HP. COUNTER ROTATION***CAN BE USED FOR SINGLE ENGINE BOAT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE WITH SINGLE

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