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CAMOMAN

1988 Evinrude 15 HP SOLD SOLD

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1988 Evinrude 15 HP - Good condition - great runner, with tank. Email with or call 507 390 0738 with any questions. SOLD

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started this motor yesterday & it runs great!

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Are you sure it's a long shaft ? It looks like a short shaft to me, you have to measure from transom clamp to cavitation plate (where the 18" mark is right now).

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Lower the bracket and measure the distance between these two points.

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Would you be intrested in trading for a mud motor?

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no real interest in trading for a mud motor. I have no use for it.

Sorry about measuring it wrong, someone told me it looked like a long shaft & no one has told me how to correctly measure them until now. If someone needs a different measurement, just let me know & I will get it.

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Have'nt looked up prices Owatannas a ways for me I'll bid $500.00

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I'll meet you half way and give you $600

email me at mikearmyof2@yahoo.com we can work something out

Alex, MN

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You got $625.00

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Keep it going up guys.... You are getting closer... cant go as low as you are at right now though... PRICE DROPPED TO $875 OBO.

I will be heading to Big Stone for the border water opener & would be willing to haul it that way if it helps anyone out.

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Cammo I last bit 625 you said 875 250 diff.I can afford to meet you half way at $750.00.If you accept I live 2 mi. off HWY. 12 by Willmar.Is it 12 you would take to BigStone?

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call me 507 390 0738.

I normally run through Redwood Falls/Echo/Granite, etc...

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Camoman;Can I call you on a week night? What time? I just found out that opener on Bigstone is the 21st. Is that right? I've picked a place to meet up, north of Echo on 67 where it turns to follow the river valley going straight is Renville Co.Rd.15 about 6-8 miles before GraniteFalls.Its right on your way.

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yep. give me a buzz whenever. that is my cell phone #. The opener is just over 5 days away!! Will be heading out Friday after work, so will likely be to that area between 7&8 PM....

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Camoman Impossible for me the latest I could do it is 5PM it takes me an hour to get back,and I have to be in Litchfield at 6PM.If it was the 28th as I expected I could've made time.Its too late now.

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I have decided to take the afternoon off, so it would be before 5pm that I would be through that area. Call me on the cell # above to discuss, if you wish. thanks!

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