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Nos Johnson Evinrude #435442 Carburetor Repair Kit on 2040-parts.com

US $30.00
Location:

Eastpoint, Florida, United States

Eastpoint, Florida, United States
NEW OLD STOCK
Manufacturer Part Number:435442 Brand:Johnson

 NOS JOHNSON EVINRUDE #435442 CARBURETOR REPAIR KIT.

Wefings Marine is located in Eastpoint, Florida and has been serving the marine industry since 1909.  We operate a full marine store and carry parts for Suzuki, Honda, Yamaha and Tohatsu outboards.  We also sell, service and rig a variety of different boats including Ranger tugs, Eastern Boats, cDory, Rossiter, Twin Vee and K 2.  We make every effort to describe every item accurately but cannot test every part, however, we strive to offer excellent customer service and will resolve any issue in a timely manner.   Please buy with confidence!

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