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Garelick Eez ~ In Marine Outboard Motor Tilter / Lifter #71036 Up To 40 Hp on 2040-parts.com

US $32.00
Location:

Clinton, Maryland, United States

Clinton, Maryland, United States
Used, but still in good working condition.
Brand:Garelick Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:71036

You are bidding on a Garelick EEz ~ In outboard motor  tilter / lifter.  Raise that outboard motor with this unique designed tool  using leverage rather than putting that strain on your back.  This one is designed to manually lift any motor up to 40 HP.  Just put the hooks in the slot where you would normally grab with your hand, pull up on the handle and "presto your motor is tilted up and out of the water.  This one is used and has minimal wear and tear and still many years of life...nothing is bent or stressed and is in good working order.  Buyer pays USPS shipping costs.

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