Used motor for very first conversion, was too small used a 11" Net Gain instead of the nine. Listing created Aug 28, 2018 Public discussion (7) Glenn B 8 days ago Please send me more information and pictures and price. Sam S 8 days ago I will be glad to do that, it's tucked into the corner of the shop and I'll have to dig it out and take some pic's, thanks for your interest.As far as more info it's a dbl shaft 9" Net Gain motor I don't know what else to say, if You have something in mind I'll try to help.It does have a motor mt./ pw. steering, and alternator mounting bracket on there front, I'll get a picture of that as well. Glenn B 8 days ago What are you asking for it and is it rusty inside or out from water? How many hours do you think is on it? What does the comatater look like? Thanks Glenn Sam S 7 days ago I was asking $750.00 No rust its in very good condition Glenn B 7 days ago What is the shaft size on both ends of motor or is one send spline like the clutch setup. Is there a way on this site I can talk to you? Sam S 7 days ago I am email@example.comYou could probably get the shaft sizes from any of the Net Gain dealers and the currant price Sam S 6 days ago The shaft sizes are 1.25 and .875" the price new was $1895. You must log in to send a new comment.