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#6g5-81960-a0-00 Rectifier & Regulator Assy 1986-99 6-225hp Yamaha Boat ~478~ on 2040-parts.com

US $70.28
Location:

Gulfport, Mississippi, US

Gulfport, Mississippi, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Return policy details: Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Restocking Fee:No




Part: USED #6G5-81960-A0-00 RECTIFIER & REGULATOR ASSY. Fits various 1986-99 6/75/85/90/115/130/150/175/200/220/225HP YAMAHA outboard motors. (may fit more models) 

Condition: USED.

Inventory: NB 28-3 BIN 478

Contact info:  Marine Supply at  228-822-9458 --OR-- 228-822-9459

Payment: Payment: PayPal, Visa/MasterCard by phone, cashier's check, personal check(has to clear first). Payment is due in 5 days.

Location: HWY 49 Gulfport, MS (Mississippi) zip code 39501. Directly across from Lowe's and 84 Lumber.

Please see the attached pictures of our facility & visit our eBay store!  MARINE SUPPLY is a REAL business with an enormous 26,000 sq ft retail floor, many employees and several certified marine mechanics with decades of experience on both outboard and I/O marine engines.  Bid with confidence that you will be purchasing from knowledgeable, trained professionals and a company that has been in business and prospered for the past 20 years! 

**NOTE: Occasionally an item(s) will be missing from a box without our knowledge of it. PLEASE see included pictures. Your item will come EXACTLY as pictured. ** CF 6/6/13

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