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US $500.00
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Ferndale, Washington, United States

Ferndale, Washington, United States
USED. GOOD CONDITION. SOLD AS IS. EMAIL WITH ANY QUESTIONS.
Brand:Mercury Manufacturer Part Number:9811A44 Engine(HP):225

MERCURY 225 HP 3.0L REBUILDABLE POWERHEAD COMES WITH MOST OF THE COMPONENTS TO MAKE COMPLETE POWERHEAD ASSEMBLY.  HAS INJECTION SYSTEM AND ECMS.  EMAIL WITH ANY QUESTIONS. HAVE OTHER PARTS AVAILABLE AS WELL.
$500 OBO!!

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