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Johnson Pumps 10-24805-01 F6 Extra Flow Crankshaft Pump Mercruiser Raw Water on


Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States

Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:Johnson SPX Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:F6B-9 10-24805-01

Selling a new crankshaft mounted raw water pump that I had purchased for my 5.7 Mercruiser stern drive Inboard/Outboard.  Was going to replace the factory pump as  routine maintenance with this one and ended up selling the boat before that happened.  Now its time to pass the parts off to someone who can use them!

Will fit many inboard applications.  Mounts on flywheel.

Included in auction is what you see in the pictures.  One pump new and unused complete in factory box.

Shipping to lower 48 states only.  Flat shipping of $15.00 via UPS to lower 48.

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