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New Mercury Propeller (boat Motor Prop) B 9.75 X 6.5p Black Max (15hp ?) on

US $49.99

Powers Lake, Wisconsin, United States

Powers Lake, Wisconsin, United States
New, box opened
Brand:Mercury Manufacturer Part Number:15hp ? Propeller Pitch:6.5"P Country/Region of Manufacture:United States UPC:Does not apply

Selling a Mercury Boat Prop B  9.75 x 6.5P supposedly for a 15hp Merc Motor. I'm not sure the box the prop came in is for this prop. I'm also not sure if it's a Black Max or not (which it says on the box). What I know for sure is the numbers on the prop ( B  9.75 x 6.5P). If there are ANY questions please feel free to ask before you purchase. THANKS FOR LOOKING !!!   (SHIP TO THE U.S.A. ONLY)

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