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Stingray Hydrofoil For Outboards & Sterndrives New In Package on


Weymouth, Massachusetts, United States

Weymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Unused, undamaged new item. Plastic blister pack cut - BFD!
Brand:Stingray Manufacturer Part Number:XPI

New, unused Stingray hydrofoil..exact type shown in manufacturer's pic [above] but plastic blister pack cut at bottom..Big Freakin' Deal.  Priced HALF of new retail.Shipping cheap via standard USPS parcel.  Fits mid-sized and larger outboards and nearly all sterndrives except Volvo 280/285/290 series. before bidding. Thanks for lookiing

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