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Johnson Evinrude Omc Control Box Fast Idle Shift Lock Plate 1981 / 1996 on 2040-parts.com

US $8.00
Location:

Darlington, Pennsylvania, United States

Darlington, Pennsylvania, United States
Good working condition
Brand:Johnson Evinrude OMC Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:N/A

For sale is the throttle arm from a Johnson Evinrude control box 1981 / 1996.  Take a good look at the pictures to make sure it's the one you need.  Good used condition.
 I have lots of small parts from these controls so if there is some thing else you need ask.

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