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SOLD 2001 Mercury XR6 150hp motor for sale SOLD

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2001 Mercury XR6 150hp V6, carbed outboard.

Excellent and even compression (120lbs) all 6 cylinders, new complete water pump, excellent lower unit, stainless steel propeller.

Main harness and switch included, but no remote control.

I will provide a brand new full set of gauges with this motor.

Located near Faribault, MN. 30 miles south of MPLS.

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Ok, what's wrong here ??

A $ 6,000 motor sold at 1/2 price and nobody wants it ?

There is no trick/catch/surprise here and it's not stolen....

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I sent you an email on the motor.

Josh

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wink.gifWill it fit on my 14 FT LUND

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jj .. I dont think that would be safe.. we should put it on my 15' Lowe instead.. Or the 10' Zodiak.

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If I had a boat to put it on, I'd buy it in an instant!

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Hey, hey smarty pants.....what are we talking here....

I had a 14ft Mirrocraft with a 40hp Yamaha....I can guarantee there were no bass boat beating me on a small lake, I never checked it but I am sure it was 0/40mph in 3 seconds, then I had to let go, it was too scary...

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Valv,

I'd like to purchase but my 1700 Explorer is maxed at 125

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I sent you and e-mail on the 150-thanks

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SOLD !!!!

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