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Mercruiser Omc 120 140 Harmonic Balancer Pulley Fresh Water on 2040-parts.com

US $39.99
Location:

Greenwood Lake, New York, United States

Greenwood Lake, New York, United States
Condition:Used

FRESH WATER PART FROM GREENWOOD LAKE, NY. NOT HURRICANE SALVAGE FROM THE OCEAN FLOOR.

A CLEAN PART FOR THE IRON DUKE MOTOR. FULLY SERVICEABLE. 

Huge storm batters South West

Mon, 28 Oct 2013

A MAJOR storm has battered southern parts of the UK, with winds of almost 100mph causing flooding and major travel disruption. The Met Office said wind reached more than 99mph on the Isle of Wight at 5am and the Environment Agency has issued 14 flood warnings for the South West, as well as 146 flood alerts for the rest of England and Wales. Both Severn bridges are closed, the A249 Sheppey Crossing in Kent is closed due to strong winds and there are 30mph speed limits on the Dartford Crossing in Kent There are also widespread reports of local roads in Cornwall, Dorset, Hampshire and Sussex blocked or closed due to fallen trees and flash flooding.

Top Gear Series 19 starts 27th January 2013

Wed, 02 Jan 2013

It looks like the new series of Top Gear – Series 19 – will start on 27th January after ticket allocations opened up for the Wednesday before. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});The new series of Top Gear – which will be series 19 – should have been on our screens months ago, but the summer of sport, Strictly and the X Factor hogging schedules meant BBC bosses decided to save the new Top Gear for the New Year. But it now looks like Top Gear is set to return on 27th January after Applause Store listed five new dates for Top Gear tickets, starting on Wednesday 23rd  January (which should air on Sunday 27th January) running through to Wednesday 20th February (which will air on Sunday 24th).

Volkswagen takes stake in Suzuki

Wed, 09 Dec 2009

VW takes a 19.9% stake in Suzuki We’re back on the co-operation and rationalisation path again, this time with Volkswagen and Suzuki, with the announcement that VW is to take a 19.9% stake in Suzuki, with Suzuki in turn re-investing up to half of the proceeds in to Volkswagen shares. This deal has been on the cards for some time but has obviously been pushed in to reality by the changing landscape for car manufacturers, where they seek to find a more secure future with takeovers, mergers and partnerships. Which is all very logical, even if it will inevitably lead to less choice for the car buyer in the long term.