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Volvo Penta Dp-sm 2.30 Outdrive Sterndrive Dpsm Complete Upper Lower Unit Great! on 2040-parts.com

US $2,600.00
Location:

Miami, Florida, United States

Miami, Florida, United States
Running on boat right now, tested in water, guaranteed!! Taking off to load up an outboard.
Brand:Volvo Penta

-Great running condition Guaranteed!!
-Tested on boat on the water and runs smooth and strong.
-Gimbal included
-Hydraulic Rams included
-Upper unit included
-Lower unit included
-Dual Props included

My customer is taking it off to install an outboard he doesn't like inboards, its working 100% guaranteed!

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