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Volvo Penta Bellhousing Flywheel Cover P/n 835978 Gm V8 V6 350 305 5.7l 5.0l 4. on 2040-parts.com

US $372.90
Location:

North Port, Florida, United States

North Port, Florida, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Volvo Penta

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Up for sale is an excellent condition Volvo Penta Bellhousing Flywheel cover. Part  Number 835978 For Gm v8 and V6 Motors 350 305 4.3L 5.7L 5.0L course 26 spline shaft Most used most commonly  on Volvo Penta boats  1986-1991. Will fit standard 13 inch flywheel motors up to about 1991. Bearings and seals excellent condition , Mechanically perfect. Bolt it on get back on the water!


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