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Mercury, Tiller Kit, 75, 90, 115, Dfi Optimax 1.5l, Tiller Handle 896648a04 on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Little Falls, Minnesota, United States

Little Falls, Minnesota, United States
Freshwater Parts
Brand:Mercury Manufacturer Part Number:896648a04

For sale a good used tiller kit, off of a 2005 115 Mercury Optimax, This will fit the 75, 90, 115, 3 cylinder models. What you see in the photos is what you get, the motor it came off of had a hydraulic cylinder on it for steering so there is no steering friction kit with this. This includes the neutral start switch and bracket, and the mounting bolts and spacer block. This does have a add on forward shift handle, the sliced wires were just to run to a trim switch in boat, the harness is in good condition. Any questions please call or email.

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