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Mercury 25 Pitch 3 Blade Cleaver 48-89806-25 on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Hutchinson, Kansas, United States

Hutchinson, Kansas, United States
Prop is used but in very good condition. Ears are in great shape with minor scratches from normal use. If any at all very minor nicks. Hub is good and not spun
Brand:mercury Propeller Rotation:Standard Propeller Pitch:25 Manufacturer Part Number:48-89806A4-25

  • Mercury 3 blade Cleaver Prop
  • In very good condition
  • 48-89806A4-25
  • 25 Pitch
  • 14.25
  • No Longer Available Prop.  
  • Last list price was $520.80
  • Get this Prop for a third of the Price
  • Hub is good and not Spun
  • Thank you for looking and Happy Bidding

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