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Used Eez-in Triple Fender Holder Rack Stainless Steel Off A Sea Ray Boat on

US $90.00

Saint Petersburg, Florida, United States

Saint Petersburg, Florida, United States
Used condition, stainless steel needs polishing (see photos)

DIY Inventory: #579

Used Triple Fender Holder Rack Stainless Steel 
off a Sea Ray 

Holds 3 fenders (fenders not included)
each holder is 6-1/2"W

Condition: Used condition, stainless steel needs polishing (see photos)


If you require additional photos, or have questions, please do not hesitate to email or call Tim at 727-403-9900

We have thousands of used boat parts coming and going everyday. Everything from hulls to sails and all the little stuff that is hard to find. We are in the process of listing items as quickly as possible. If you are needing something for your boat and do not see it listed in our EBay store, feel free to email us or call us at (727) 403-9900, and we will be glad to check our inventory and list it for you if we have it.  Please remember most our parts are used so you may expect them to show signs of use. Most could stand to be cleaned or polished. If we see any noticeable defects, we will make every effort to point them out. Happy to combine shipping for multiple purchases.


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