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Yamaha 5hp Outboard Engine Ignition Coil Cm61-26 - 2 Stroke - 1981 on 2040-parts.com

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Bellshill, United Kingdom
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Sub-Type:IGNITION COIL Manufacturer Part Number:CM61-26 Type:Engine Parts 5hp:1981 Brand:Yamaha EAN:Does not apply

YAMAHA 
5HP
OUTBOARD ENGINE 
LONG SHAFT
2 STROKE
YEAR - 1981

IGNITION COIL
CM61-26

IN GOOD WORKING ORDER

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