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Old 01-03-2014, 11:47   #1
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Only a month before I move out of state so everything in the garage must go it will all be donated otherwise by end of March

Brand new 30 amp 125 v powercord still in wrapper .
Spotfree and filter 5000 version. http://www.spotfreeh2o.com/pdf/sfbro.pdf
Assorted hubbles 30 and 50 amp
3.5 hp long shaft to tohatsu/nissan outboard 50/1mix with internal tank

Make me a n offer anything above I would prefer pick up for the outboard and spotfree I am in chicago

Please send me a Pm with a email address so I can send full pictures
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Old 03-03-2014, 05:17   #2
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Anyone ?????
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Only a month before I move out of state so everything in the garage must go it will all be donated otherwise by end of March

Brand new 30 amp 125 v powercord still in wrapper .
Spotfree and filter 5000 version. http://www.spotfreeh2o.com/pdf/sfbro.pdf
Assorted hubbles 30 and 50 amp
3.5 hp long shaft to tohatsu/nissan outboard 50/1mix with internal tank

Make me a n offer anything above I would prefer pick up for the outboard and spotfree I am in chicago

Please send me a Pm with a email address so I can send full pictures
Hi Huckins,

Just a suggestion but photos and starting prices of the power cord and Hubbles would have been helpful for me to decide whether or not to reply.

kind regards,
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Old 03-03-2014, 12:31   #4
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I would agree but I have had very little success trying to post pictures here that's why I asked for a email address and I will gladly email you some .if you are interested send me a pm with and address
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See you are in Chicago. Now I am in Florida so may be a little out of touch but I heard the whole city is under 15-20 ft of snow.

So maybe your neighbors aren't able to get out of their house to come pick up parts, even if they're thinking about boats in that weather.
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I think prices will help. Then a person can decide if they are interested at all without a lot of gofing around.
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Old 03-03-2014, 17:30   #7
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Brand new 30 amp 125 v powercord still in wrapper . $75.00
Spotfree and filter 5000 version. http://www.spotfreeh2o.com/pdf/sfbro.pdf$130
Assorted hubbles 50 amp to 30 amp $30.00
30 amp to 110 v regular plug $25.00
Tohatsu out board $150.00
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Is the outboard working? Or parts?
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Outboard is in perfect running order I use it during the summer in chicago and every winter I change the lower unit out spark plug and drain the fuel from engine and tank . My mistake she is actually a 2.5 hp btw so sorry for the error
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Dang, i wish I was closer to pick it up. I bet shipping will be more than its price. Im at 70669' commercial address. Any ideas for shipping
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Hi I have no idea on shipping I will be back in chicago tomorrow and will weigh and measure it and see what I can find out for you but I'm guessing it will be expensive .my zip code is 60618
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I just checked. You are in my brother in laws zip code. Can you drain the gas from the motor and drop it off at is store in lincolnville? I sent you a PM.

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Is outboard sold? I'm interested.
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Everything is gone except power cord and spot free system
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