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42600a14 New Mercruiser Mercathode Anode & Controller Kit Genuine Oem Mercury on 2040-parts.com

US $135.95
Location:

San Dimas, California, United States

San Dimas, California, United States
“New item, removed from box for pictures. Shipped in OEM box.This listing is an inventory reduction promotion and item is not returnable”
Manufacturer Part Number:42600A14 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Brand:QuickSilver for Mercury

Part# 42600A14 NEW MerCruiser Mercathode Anode & Controller Kit Genuine OEM Mercury Part

Kit includes Red MerCathode contoller and (2) transom mounted anodes for boats requiring additional corrosion protection. This kit is used in conjunction with gimbal mounted anode/reference electrode unit part# 98869A14. The new MerCathode controller replaces the existing blue controller mounted inside the boat.
Fit: R, MR, Alpha One, Alpha GenII & Bravo Sterndrives.

This listing is an inventory reduction promotion and item is not returnable.

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