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Mercury, Mariner, Tiller Kit, Tiller Handle, 816366a13, 816366a23, Steering on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Little Falls, Minnesota, United States

Little Falls, Minnesota, United States
Freshwater Parts
Brand:Mercury Manufacturer Part Number:816366a23

For sale a good used tiller handle off of a Mariner 60hp 2 stroke 3cylinder 1995. This handle will fit the 45 jet, 50, and 60hp three cyl oil injected models 1991 and newer. The factory part number is 816366a23. This is gray in color, this will fit the Mercury motors of the same models. The shift link is not shown in the pic but is included.  Any questions please call.

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