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Fountain Power Boat 525ci And Up Mercury Big Block Engine Mount Lightning Marine on

US $100.00

Devon, Pennsylvania, United States

Devon, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:New Brand:Billet Proof Designs Manufacturer Part Number:FTN_MTR_MNT

- Billet Proof Designs -

 Fountain - 525ci and up Mercury Big Block Motor Mount 

Discounted prices due to overstocked inventory to make room for newly designed part
  • CNC Waterjet Cut from 1/4" Steel Plate. 
  • Motor Mounts are Powder Coated in a durable Gloss Black finish that is able to withstand the corrosive affects of the sun and salt water. 
  • Designed to work with certain Fountain Power Boats with 525 cubic inch and up Mercury Big Block Engines. 
  • Please check with us if you are uncertain about fitment. 
  • Dimensions of motor mount:  Length = 28-3/8 inches  Width = 18-1/2 inches Thickness = 1/4"

All Products manufactured by Billet Proof Designs are CNC machined in the USA using domestic material.

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