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Evinrude Johnson Outboard 5-70 Hp 4-stroke Repair Manual 1995-2001 on 2040-parts.com

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Richardson, Texas, United States

Richardson, Texas, United States
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This Evinrude Johnson Outboard 5-70 HP 4-Stroke Repair Manual 1995-2001 is published by Clymer Manuals - 2002.

 

A Clymer Marine or Personal Watercraft manual is a high quality piece of literature. It is considered to be the authority reference for DIY maintenance, service, troubleshooting and repair instructions. You will find simple and detailed step by step instructions with outstanding supportive photography and extensive use of exploded parts views.

You will find DIY procedures for all components of your marine vehicle associated with this manual. Whether you are a novice mechanic or a professional, this manual will prove to be the best tool in your toolbox. You can save big dollars if you do your own repairs.


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ISBN-13: 978-0-89287-804-8
BINDING: Paperback - 8.5 x 11 inches
PUBLISHER: Clymer Manuals - 2002
PAGES: 482 - Hundreds of b&w photos and illustrations
WEIGHT (pounds): 3

Manufacture Part Number: B753

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