Johnson Evinrude Omc Trim / Tilt Hydraulic Assy Omc Stamped # 326440 E235trlcih on 2040-parts.com
Angola, Indiana, United States
Country of Manufacture:United States
Manufacturer Part Number:OMC # 980789 Stamped & # 326440 stamped
TRIM TILT EVINRUDE 387195:OMC HYDRAULIC TRIM / TILT ASSEMBLY
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
Pulled from a 1981 Evinrude 235hp ran in fresh waters of Indiana this has been tested under a load and performs as expected with no hesitation. I did clean and touch up the paint
Ser # J0001239
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