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Mercursier Quicksilver Bearing Carrier 73020a14 on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Delray Beach, Florida, United States

Delray Beach, Florida, United States
Condition:New Brand:Mercury Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:73020A14

 
Genuine New-Old- Stock Mercusier Quicksilver Bearing Carrier 73020A14
 Original packaging is gone but part is new, unused and in perfect condition
 Fits Mercrusier 120/140 1970-1982,   228 (1978-1982), 233 (1975-1977)
250 (1977), 260 (1978-1982) 470 (1976-1982) 485 (1980-1982), 888 (1971-1977),
898 (1975-1982) 898/228 (1977), Alpha One SS 1986-1989,
R/MR/Alpha One Sterndrive & Transom Assembly, SSM ii/iii/IV/V  1982-1995.
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