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Lycoming Io-540-k1g5d Core on

US $11,200.00

Quakertown, Pennsylvania, United States

Quakertown, Pennsylvania, United States
complete core, 2200 SMOH when removed
Manufacturer Part Number:IO-540 -K1G5D Warranty:No Brand:Lycoming Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

Lycoming IO-540-K1G5D CORE- needs overhaul.  2200 SMOH.  Engine was running when removed.  Last 2 inspections attached.  Fuel injection, starter included.

Will work with buyer to set up freight pickup- freight will be paid by the buyer- already crated on a pallet- or come by and pick up the engine at KXLL- Allentown- Queen City.

The engine logs are available electronically- <a href="">Engine Logs</a>

as is- no warranty.  Freight to be paid by buyer.  Will ship internationally if all arrangements are made by buyer.

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