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Yamaha Outboard 25hp 4 Stroke Tie Bar Sailboat on 2040-parts.com

US $20.00
Location:

Houston, Texas, United States

Houston, Texas, United States
Condition:Used

As seen in picture, this is use to lock the outboard to the steering arm. Came from a F25 on a sailboat.

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