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28' Seastar Solutions Xtreme 3300 Type Control Cable - Ccx63328 on 2040-parts.com

US $50.75
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Daytona Beach, Florida, United States

Daytona Beach, Florida, United States
28' SeaStar Solutions Xtreme 3300 Type Control Cable - CCX63328, US $50.75, image 1
Condition:New Brand:SeaStar Solutions Manufacturer Part Number:CCX63328 Part Type:Controls & Steering Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

28' SeaStar Solutions Xtreme
3300 Type Control Cable
CCX63328

 Fits Yamaha, Suzuki, Honda and other foreign and domestic O/B and I/B applications.
Designed especially for use on dual station applications and installations where cable routing make control operations unsatisfactory.
3" travel and has 10-32 threaded end.
Shift and throttle cables are measured end to end.
Round up to next foot if needed.

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