Throttle Cable Assy Wire Fit Yamaha Outboard 6hp 8hp 6 8 6g1-26301 6n0-f6301-10 on 2040-parts.com
Country/Region of Manufacture:Taiwan
Manufacturer Part Number:6G1-26301-02, 6N0-F6301-10
This is a brand NEW aftermarket / replacement THROTTLE CABLE ASSY (STEERING CONTROL) YAMAHA OUTBOARD 6, 8 horsepower (2 stroke) engines.
100% Manufactured in TAIWAN ,high quality guaranteed assured
Hope the picture can clearly describe and convince you of the CABLE's quality, coming at such a Great price!! (Retail price outside: USD 22+)
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