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Bronze 1 1/4" Prop Shaft Strut 27' Sportcraft Offshore Boat Marine Facf 76 on

US $250.00

Chillicothe, Ohio, United States

Chillicothe, Ohio, United States

This is a bronze strut I removed off a 27' SportCraft Offshore boat. It is made for a 1 1/4" inboard shaft. It is marked FACF 76  P/N 144. The mounting plate is 5" by 7" with six 3/8" holes. I'm not sure what angle it is but it measures 9 7/8" from the bottom of the boat to the center of the shaft on the prop side and 8 1/2" on the motor side. This was only used in freshwater. Thanks for looking

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