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Mercury / Mariner Outboard 50-60 Hp Lower Unit Gearcase Assy on 2040-parts.com

US $425.00
Location:

Matthews, North Carolina, United States

Matthews, North Carolina, United States
Condition:Used

YOU ARE LOOKING AT A GOOD MERCURY MARINER 50-60HP COMPLETE LOWER UNIT GEARCASE  ASSY

THIS UNIT HAS BEEN CHECKED AND IS WORKING JUST FINE

IT HAS BEEN SERVICED WITH NEW GEARLUBE AND WATERPUMP IMPELLER



WE ARE SELLING IT CHEAP WITH CHEAP SHIPPING

 

To Contact Us:

Carolina Marine and Cycle

3662 Smith Farm Rd

Matthews NC 28105

704-839-6548

 

GOOD LUCK BIDDING


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