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Dock Boy

9.9 Yamaha 4 stroke Kicker $1000

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Hello I'm selling a 1994 Yamaha 4 stroke Kicker. Model# T9.9 EXHR high thrust. This has electric start, manual tilt/trim. Very low hours, well maintained. Runs like a dream. Looking for $1000.00. If interested email direct to info@minnesotafishingresorts.com. I can also send photos to any interested parties. Serious inquires only please. Located on Beutiful Lake Kabetogama within Voyageurs National Park.

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I might be interested but at that price I hope you mean a 2004.

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The ad is right. I brought the motor to a local Marine shop and this is what he told me to price it at. Sorry I'm no motor expert, so I figured the guy that sells motors for a living would know. It has about 20 hours on it.

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Don't be sorry I am no motor expert either. I looked up the motor in a price guide. With only 20 hours on it it is like new so what you want could be the going rate for one with so little hours on it. No harm meant.

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Just looking to get a fair price for it. $1000.00 OBO. Photos if interested.

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Dock Boy Im very interested. Please send me some pics.

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Im very interested also.

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I'll take a picture or 2 as well.

mike@minkota.com

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I am interested as well can you send me some pics?

leekabob@paulbunyan.net

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Where are you located??

please send pics to jacksam10@hotmail.com

Thanks

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I'm located on Lake Kabetogama within Voyageur's National Park 30 minutes from International Falls, MN

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Dock Boy,

I sent you an email info@minnesotafishingresorts.com.

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Motor is SOLD. Awaiting arrival of check. Thanks Chaff we will be in touch soon. Have a good trip to Lake Michigan.

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Chaff did you get the motor and how do you like it? I picked up a 95 9.9 4 stroke yamaha and its been a great motor and I picked it up at a great price. Send me a pic of yours and I bet they are identical.

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