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Power Pack Kit Assembly #586697 Johnson/evinrude Outboard Boat Part #0586697 on 2040-parts.com

US $38.39
Location:

Gulfport, Mississippi, US

Gulfport, Mississippi, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Return policy details:

Please see the attached pictures of our facility & visit our Ebay store! MARINE SUPPLY is a REAL business with an enormous 26,000 sq ft retail floor, many employees and several certified marine mechanics with decades of experience on both outboard and I/O marine engines. Bid with confidence that you will be purchasing from knowledgeable, trained professionals and a company that has been in business and prospered for the past 20 years!



Item          POWER PACK KIT ASSEMBLY #586697, #0586697. For use with various JOHNSON/ EVINRUDE/OMC   outboard motors.We have included the part number with this listing, so please do your research to insure it will fit your application. Please see our other ebay listings or visit our ebay store for additional parts or other accessories for your boating needs. 

Condition: NEW old stock.

Inventory: PR-T-A2-1

Contact info:  (228)822-9458, (228)822-9459

Location: Marine Supply on Hwy 49 in Gulfport, MS 39501 directly across from Lowe's & 84 Lumber.

Payment: Paypal (quickest method for expedited shipping),Visa/Mastercard/Discover/American Express directly by phone, cashier's check, personal check has to clear before shipping, bank wire, real money if you are picking up.   Payment is due in 3 days. 

S&H: $9.95 Shipping via UPS ground.

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