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Old 09-18-2020, 07:20 PM
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Does that include tax? A Df300 is running $19.5k out the door with digital controls and prop.
Last summer Intl Marine was real close to that number - just below 19.5K installed w/ prop and gauge installed and water tested before tax on a deal I set up for a friend.
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Old 09-21-2020, 07:19 AM
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Last summer Intl Marine was real close to that number - just below 19.5K installed w/ prop and gauge installed and water tested before tax on a deal I set up for a friend.
Yep, It's hard to beat Mike's prices. The big issue now is availability. IMS doesn't stock engines so it's based on distributor availability. They can definitely get them but wait times are fluid and folks in a hurry or on a tight schedule need to understand that fact.
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