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Mercruiser Bravo Gimbal Housing Transom Assembly, Fresh Water Almost New 40 Hrs on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Antioch, Illinois, United States

Antioch, Illinois, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Mercruiser

This is a "very clean" fresh water transom assembly, absolutely no corrosion. This assembly came from a 2001 38' cigarette type boat with twin 502 ci Mercs. The boat caught on fire when it was about one and a half years old with only about 40 running hours. The owner intended to rebuild but it never happened. This assembly will work for the Mercruiser Bravo 1,2, and 3 outdrives. My name is Ken and I am a marine agent selling this nice assembly. If you have any questions, please call me at 224-577-9544. This item will also be listed locally therefore this auction may end early due to a local sale.
Note: The trim rams are available and to be sold separately.

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