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Old 11-04-2010, 08:31 PM
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1994 MERCRUISER BLACKHAWK Drive For Sale.

Serial number 0F212329, Model Number 5C30136GS, Gear ratio is 1.36:1.

The drive is in good working condition both inside and out.

Drive was connected to a 502 MPI, Behind a 22 eliminator daytona.

Asking price, $3,500.00 + shipping. Drive is located in southern california.

Sorry, But there are no propellers available for this drive.

If anyone is interested and would like to see some photos of the drive, Please send me a Private Message with your email address. Thank you.

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I forgot to mention we have a total five blackhawks for sale, All without props though.

Thank you guys for shopping at offshoreonly.

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I hope it's not to early for a weekend bump. Thanks.
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I have a 18' donzi with a383 pushing 400+hp on a alpha running great am thinking doing a change.Do you think these drives are to much for a small boat.and do i have to change me housing to make the drives bolt on and do you have that too.thanks craig.
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Originally Posted by craigdskilling View Post
I have a 18' donzi with a383 pushing 400+hp on a alpha running great am thinking doing a change.Do you think these drives are to much for a small boat.and do i have to change me housing to make the drives bolt on and do you have that too.thanks craig.
no, its not too much, on an 18 donzi it would help and it bolts right into a bravo transom assembly. that is a great price as well for his drive, if I didnt have one already for my cig 20 i would snatch it up. being as there are no props for his, i have a brand new set of 27's that have never been on a shaft in the factory boxes for sale as well.
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Originally Posted by craigdskilling View Post
I have a 18' donzi with a383 pushing 400+hp on a alpha running great am thinking doing a change.Do you think these drives are to much for a small boat.and do i have to change me housing to make the drives bolt on and do you have that too.thanks craig.
Hi there, Thank you so much for your interest in the Blackhawk Drive. I did get your Private Message, I sent you a reply back regarding the Questions above, Along with an email of the photos you asked for.

Thank you, Hope to hear from you soon.

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no, its not too much, on an 18 donzi it would help and it bolts right into a bravo transom assembly. that is a great price as well for his drive, if I didnt have one already for my cig 20 i would snatch it up. being as there are no props for his, i have a brand new set of 27's that have never been on a shaft in the factory boxes for sale as well.
Offshoredrillin, Thank you for your assistants with the blackhawk drive, It truly is much appreciated, Because I do know that you know what it takes to make a boat work with this style drive, So thank you.

Also thank you for the assistants with your offer on the Blackhawk propellers, It is much appreciated as well.

Here is your link to your Blackhawk propellers.
http://www.offshoreonly.com/forums/s...awk-props.html

P.S. There's a rumor that Herring Propellers is still making them.

I say that because take a look at the very last post of this thread (Post #32) Because SVL-WARLOCK appears to be a reliable source in the marine industry at least to me anyways.

http://www.offshoreonly.com/forums/g...wk-drives.html

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Old 11-27-2010, 10:01 PM
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black hawk drives were an experiment by merc many yrs ago
precursor to modern bravo drives
they are durable and can handle up to about 500 hp
give or take the driver
and on a small light boat......... go for it
light yrs over the alpha you have at present
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Making another pass on through.

Thank you to everyone that had an interest in the Blackhawk drives earlier on, It was much appreciated.

We still have them if you decide to go for it.
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One of these drives still available?
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if the drives are still available, or any cases please call 732-372-1904.
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