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SEI won’t hike prices in 2010

Sterndrive Engineering announced that its prices will remain flat for 2010.

This includes sterndrives, outboard lower units and all other parts sold by the company.

"During the six years that we have been in business we have never increased prices and are proud to continue this trend," said Justin Webb, SEI general manager, in a statement.

Oldsmar, Fla.-based SEI is a leading supplier of aftermarket sterndrives and outboard lower units.

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