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Boat Steering Bracket Connector on

US $49.85

Kansasville, Wisconsin, United States

Kansasville, Wisconsin, United States
in used condition
Brand:unknown Manufacturer Part Number:unknown

Used boat steering bracket connector. No mounting hardware. 

We are located in Wisconsin fresh water lakes, part shows no sign of salt water use.

Sold as is. Watch my other listings for more Outboard motor,trolling motors and Boating items both new and used also vintage items. Shipping cost applies to the lower 48 states. Please ask questions before bidding and good luck.  (loc Brown 2)





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