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1996 15 HP Mariner SOLD

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I have a 1996 15HP short shaft for sale. Good runner and low hours. Purchased it to use on rental boats at resorts and as a backup for Canada trips. Asking $750 with tank. Call 612-210-3465.

Steve

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what is the new price, and where are you located?

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I am located in Savage. $750 is the new price but you could always make an offer.

Steve

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I'm interested, I am just wondering if it's big enough for what I have: 14 ft lund (old) with a homemade false floor. Currently has a very old evinrude 25 on it whose time has come. What have you used it on?

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I have used it on a 14ft mirror craft about 6 times. I thought it pushed that fine. Also ran it on several rental boats at resorts and had no issues. I had to use it on my current 16ft starcraft to get back from a boundary waters trip once. It seemed like it would have been ok but it cavitated at full speed because it is a short shaft and the boat needs a long. That boat has a floor in it.

Steve

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I left you a VM--I think I would like to look at it. I work in downtown St Paul and live in White Bear, so sometime during the work day is better as I'm closer.

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