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Evinrude Johnson Omc Scout Electric Trolling Motor. Steering Housing + Tube on 2040-parts.com

US $39.99
Location:

Wilder, Idaho, United States

Wilder, Idaho, United States
It looks good.
Manufacturer Part Number:0387273

This is a used steering housing and tube for a vintage Evinrude scout electric trolling motor. It looks good. Part # 0387273 + 0207270

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