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SOLD! 15 Horse Johnson Outboard Motor For Sale - Price Reduced!

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This 2003 15 Johnson 2-stroke (bought new in 2004) has only 25 Hours on it. It's my spare for Canada trips. I don't need it any more and the prop still has the black paint on it. This motor starts with ease, runs all day on less than 3 gallons, and is just like brand new! I'm asking $1,400 for it. Bring on the questions. I can start it right in the garage for you in Blaine, MN 3 gal. tank included!

Ask for Dan, 763-786-0009 home, 763-229-6800 cell. I will guarantee this motor will run perfectly like a new motor should. smile.gif

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2 or 4 stroke?

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Short or long shaft? Make your own jokes at home people!

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It's a short shaft and will fit most small 14 or 16 ft. boat.

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A really good guy got a really good motor! It started on the 3rd pull after not being run for over a year. Started on the 1st pull after that. Thanks for the forum; it works great.

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