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Listings for Boats & Trailers - Parts (18)

WheelPilot MK2

400.00

Autopilot Wheel drive

Raymarine Autopilot Wheel drive Mark 2 in near new condition. $ 400 obo.

November 9, 2018
IMG_2528

$10

Anchor Holder

Anchor holder for Danforth style anchor. Attaches to pulpit. Still in original package.

November 5, 2018
97FD8376-5F2B-43D4-B4DB-B336E3206106

150.00

Kicker Bracket

EUC Stainless Steel Kicker Bracket Holds up to 115lbs

November 4, 2018
IMG_1928

100.00

Near New Battery

Barely used Nationwide deep cycle RV/ Marine battery, great shape just over a year old

November 4, 2018
IMG_2680

$35.

boat parts

Bronze throttle/shifter and metal dock cleat. $ 30. for the pair.

November 4, 2018
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IMG_2685

$120.

bronze propellor

Heavy bronze propellor approx 11 inches across. Perfect for the man cave, or classic boat. Excellent shape.

November 4, 2018
Sold LED

30.00

Submersible LED Trailer Lights

NEW – open box. FULL package, tail, turn signals, stop License plate bracket 25 ft Y-Harness manual

November 4, 2018
BAB843C5-C8A1-4707-BDBE-EC7FE42E5F91

Reasonable

Wanted older outboard..

Looking for an older Johnson or Evinrude for parts or tinkering . Something unloved in the shed or garage ? I’d like to play with […]

November 4, 2018
15409310190681776860102

$18

Tow bar &ball

UHAUL 3500 lb.max load,tongue weight 350 lbs.,1 3/4″ ball

October 30, 2018
cleat1

50.00

assorted s/s and chrome cleats,etc

Pair of new cleats 6″, pad eyes, odd stuff I have forgotten what they are but they are new.

October 26, 2018
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B2A4B4B5-8625-4626-AF47-252D600A2CA2

1,234.00

WANTED

Looking for a 9.9-20 HP tiller handle outboard, preferably 4 stroke, but would be interested in some 2 strokes. Let me know if you have […]

October 25, 2018
Sold MustoJackets

250 each

Offshore Sailing Jackets & Pants

Musto Offshore heavy duty sailing Jacket and Pants combo. One set size XL, one L. Little use – excellent condition. $ 250 each – $ […]

October 25, 2018
SL Windlass

50 obo

Windlass for Parts

Simpson-Lawrence Vertical Manual Windlass with broken stem but good 3/8″ gypsy. Good for parts. $ 50 obo.

October 25, 2018
B972EBBE-0AD6-417D-A2D4-B3E3B746F712

$75

Curt TriFlex trailer brake system

Curt triflex trailer brake controller with mount and wiring harness. Bought a few moths ago for $150 but got a new truck so no longer […]

October 21, 2018
AB0CB51D-3526-4CF9-AF45-9D001BE6B1FF

159.00

Solid Brass Ship Porthole

Solid brass bronze ..approx 7 inches.. old

October 20, 2018
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$25

Brass boat vent

Brass boat vent for sale. See picture.

October 15, 2018
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$75

Simpson-Lawrence oil-bath winch

Heavy working winch for work boat. Probably came off of a 40 foot tug. Weighs a fair bit.

October 15, 2018
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$50

Brass Sampson post

Brass Sampson post for sale. Heavy. Stands about 10 inches tall.

October 14, 2018

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