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Mercury Outboard Racing Hi Performance 2.5 245 260 Hp Service Manual 90-815595-1 on

US $51.95

Utica, Michigan, United States

Utica, Michigan, United States

Factory Original, OEM Mercury Hi-Performance Outboard Service Manual, 90-815595-1 294, 1994 Brunswick Corp.

2.5 Models Carb & EFI (345 & 260 HP) Mercury/Mariner with Serial Numbers D030200 thru OD936999

This Manual is in GOOD USABLE CONDITION, clean usable pages, a few marks/prints, no missing pages, previously used with cover wear/edge wear, but is completely readable and usable, and - contains great pictures, diagrams and step-by-step instructions.  Please view the above photos for more extensive details. This Manual was published by Brunswick and is the same Manual used by the dealer technicians/mechanics.  The Manual in the pictures is the Manual you will receive - no stock photos.  

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