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Coils for 55 hp. Chrystler

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Anyone know of a outboard junkyard where I could get coils?new there $110.00 ea.I dont even know if the motor runs.Cant see 200 bucks to check it out!

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Give Tims Outboard in Hackensack a call

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Twin City Outboard in Shakopee

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Twin City outboard would be my guess. They will want you to bring the old one in to match it. They seldom use part numbers. There are two types. One has the wire built into the coil (plug wire) and the other type the plug wire connects to the coil. Keep an eye out on ebay. You see them from time to time. What is the model number of your chrysler?

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Thanks everyone! Euro I got two on ebay for 25 each thanks!

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