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Evinrude Omc Simplex 2 Lever Outboard Control Box W/ Cables on 2040-parts.com

US $39.00
Location:

Newport, Michigan, US

Newport, Michigan, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details: Brand:OMC Johnson Evinrude Country of Manufacture:United States

Genuine OMC Evinrude Simplex dual lever control box with cables and ends. Throttle cable is about 13 feet long. Shift cable is about 12 feet long. Pictures show a clean box inside and out. Plastic knobs are excellent with no cracks or chips. Was used in freshwater. Be sure this control box fits your motor application. If not as described return within 14 days for refund less shipping. Will ship to lower 48 states only. Payment expected within 3 day from conclusion of sale.

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