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Honda 4 Cyl 4-stroke 75 90 Hp Outboard Motor Lower Transom Brackets Cap Plate on 2040-parts.com

US $30.00
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Portsmouth, Virginia, United States

Portsmouth, Virginia, United States

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 HONDA 4 CYL 4-STROKE 75 90 hp OUTBOARD MOTOR Lower Transom Bracket Cap / Plate
May fit other years and model motors.

MOTOR MODEL NO. BF75A

This item was removed from running unit, it was replaced with new motor and is being parted out. Item is a prefect working shape. I have all parts of this motor to list. Please contact me if there is something you need that is not listed yet. Please see photos of this item.

Free shipping lower 48 only WHEN APPLIED. Contact me if your outside 48, for shipping price.

 ALL PARTS TESTED WITH ALL RETURNS ACCEPTED. I have the OTHER PARTS listed for this outboard motor, see my other auctions...

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