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Mercury Black Max Propeller (12.5 X 8) Part No 48-42738 A11 on

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Newquay, United Kingdom

Newquay, United Kingdom
Condition:New Brand:MERCURY BLACK MAX Manufacturer Part Number:48-42738 A11

For sale one brand new 48-42738 A11  Black Max Propeller in original box

Size is 3 x 12 1/2  x 8  RH rotation

Fits  Mercury/Mariner Outboard Motors around 40 horsepower

I have a vague recollection this was to fit a Mariner 40 of Japanese origin  (Yamaha)

Once a very common outboard of the RNLI

Fitted with pressed rubber bushing for impact protection  

Never venture out to sea without a spare propeller in the locker

Postage cost is to mainland UK only Zone 1, please enquire about costs in other zones

Any questions please ask

Thank you for looking

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