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Mercury / Mercruiser Remote Controls - Dual Ratchet Style W/ Cables - Top Mount on 2040-parts.com

US $195.00
Location:

Cape Coral, Florida, United States

Cape Coral, Florida, United States
Condition:Used

These remote controls were removed from a 36 foot wellcraft boat, with twin 7.4 liter 454 engines.

MERCRUISER ENGINES.

The cables ( all 4) are included. Length is approx 20' each,  1 cable is damaged, but other 3 are fine cond.

This unit is made by " MORSE CONTROLS" and works very nicely.

Ratchet type levers.  Mounts in dash or top mount console.

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