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1990 Mercury Mariner Tiller Throttle Handle 14025a 4, 97550 1, 6hp-15hp on 2040-parts.com

C $140.00
Location:

Coquitlam, BC, Canada

Coquitlam, BC, Canada
It is in GOOD Working condition
Brand:Mercury Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:14025A 4, 823609A10, 97550 1, 99333A 2, 44397

This item was removed from1990 MERCURY 9.9HP MLH 2CLY


This item part number

  TILLER THROTTLE HANDLE 14025A 4
  STOP SWITCH KIT 823609A10
  TUBE ASSEMBLY 97550 1
  TUBE ASSEMBLY, STEERING 99333A 2
  BRACKET ASSEMBLY 44397

It is in  GOOD working condition.

It it fit to 6/8/9.9/15HP MERCURY MARINER.
1986-2006

Mounting & Brackets for Sale

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