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Mercury Mercruiser Circuit Breaker 50 Amp 88-806950 on 2040-parts.com

US $74.94
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Woodbury Heights, New Jersey, United States

Woodbury Heights, New Jersey, United States
Condition:New Brand:Mercury Manufacturer Part Number:88-806950

Circuit breaker for Mercruisers

Mercury/Quicksilver item no. 88-806950; corresponds to 88-11178A01 (kit).  Be sure of your specific application before ordering.

Item is new, in manufacturer's packaging, never fitted or used.  Comes with mounting hardware.  Photos are of actual item on offer.

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