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stam34

2004 Yamaha 40hp 4 stroke tiller $ 3700.00

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This motor is in mint condition the only reason I'm selling it is because I'm going to buy a Yamaha jet drive. if you have anymore questions call my cell 515-320-3595

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Whats the warranty, if any remaining?

E. start?

tilt/trim?

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I don't think there is any warranty left but this motor runs great you can hardly here it idle its so smooth. it is electric start and it doesn't have trim but it has a shock mounted in there and it only takes one finger to raise motor. I hope this will help thanks Stam34

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Priced reduced to 2900.00

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what is the shaft length for that motor? Thanks.

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long shaft sorry i didn't get back to you sooner i was gone . thanks Stam34

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Is this still available? I am very interested.... motorhead327@hotmail.com

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