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FOR SALE 1999 MERCURY 50HP 4-STROKE 3300 OR B.O.

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Its a 50hp 4-stroke runs and looks great,last fall i had the carbs gone through and link and sinked. It comes with control box and cables. It is on an 18ft boat right now, I think i still have the cables from being on the 16ft boat. The reason for getting rid of this is that i have found a 100hp Yamaha the will do my 18footer justice. Just got the prop back from being rebuilt Now it is in just about perfect condition. Price has been reduced.

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This is a super nice motor, it trolls way down to a crawl for walleye fishing. Someone has to be looking to upgrade to a 4-stroke without the new 4-stroke price.

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Price reduced to 3300 or B.O.

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the price has been reduced to 3200 or B.O.

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STILL FOR SALE REDUCED TO 3100 confused.gif

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Can this motor be tranformed into a tiller?

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not nuf time I will ckeck with my local dealership tomorow and see what it would take to transform and about how much.

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Can this motor be tranformed into a tiller?


I'm about 99% certain this can - you'd have to buy a handle kit and I have no idea what that would run, but it is possible.

marine_man

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slender spoon I will get my wife to help me tonight to get them in the computer as i am very computer illiterate

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Any chance this is still available?

Thanks

Jeff

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pics plz ;-)

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pics plz at

ts_olson@msn.com

thanks

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Moderators, is there any way to get an email contact for this member? I'd like to enquire about this engine, he has not logged on here for some time. Please email me or let me know, thanks.

Jeff

birdmanmt@gmail.com

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Birdman... I assume that from the time he has not been on, the unit is sold..we can not give out e-mail addys if they dont give them out on their own free will.. I hope you understand.

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Birdman... I assume that from the time he has not been on, the unit is sold..we can not give out e-mail addys if they dont give them out on their own free will.. I hope you understand.


I understand, just figured maybe one of you guys could alert him to the topic, not give out his info. Thanks anyways!

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I know him personaly I'll call him and tell him to get off his chair and respond to you.

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jonnyICE-MAN you know the old lady has had me tied up for the last few weeks but im free now and i am gonna try to get some pictures up tonight. grin.gif

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if someone wants to contact me, my e-mail adress is Krista@lakedalelink.net or 1(763)957-0137 just ask for the faatman grin.gif

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Bass Master1 i sent you some pics tonight i hope i did it right thanks for the interest

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Ice-man, many thanks!

faatman, I emailed you about this, please send pics along.

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i just sent you the pictures to your e-mail adress i hope i did it right please respond if you got them thanks cool.gif

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Yep, got em, thanks. Forwarding to my Father, it's his boat. I'll let you know.

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Flash i sent you pictures via e-mail call or e-mail me with any questions thanks for the interest! smile.gifsmile.gif

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