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Used Yamaha Lower Unit


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By Crappie Predator - Posted on 18 January 2011

For sale is a used 2005 yamaha lower unit. This is off my 200 hp 3.1 L VMAX. The carrier bearing went out and damaged the prop shaft and carrier but the rest of the unit is in good shape. You get everything I have for it housing, shafts, gears, water pump and anything else I might have. I had it looked at by a local shop and they said all the gears and the housing are still in good shape. I was in the middle of fishing tournaments and guiding and needed the boat up and running right then so I bought a new one. I had planed on fixing this one to keep as a spare but I need the cash so I am selling it. If you have any questions feel free to ask. Unit sold as is. Buyer pays actual shipping and handling. $650.00 OBO

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Anyone? Make an offer.

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Hey this looks like a good deal if you are in need of parts.

Ray

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