Mercury Binnacle Top Mount Remote Control W Trim Gen Ii 883711 A12 on 2040-parts.com
Largo, Florida, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:88371A12, 891608-C, 883711A12
Mercury Binnacle Top Mount Remote Control w Trim Gen II 883711 A12
This is a Mercury Quicksilver binnacle top mount control box with trim and tilt in the handle. It is part # 88371A12, 891608-C and replaces 883711A12 and 8M0041431. This model control takes Gen 11 cables. It fits Mercury Mariner Force Outboards from 1980-2014 with mechanical controls. Everything is in very good condition.
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