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Motorguide 63" Steering Cable For Trolling Motor, M9377 on

US $46.99

Springfield, Missouri, United States

Springfield, Missouri, United States
Condition:New Brand:MotorGuide Manufacturer Part Number:M9377



(417) 833-9191  Center

This auction is for a Motor Guide 63" steering cable, part number M9377.  This is for the single cable style.  The assembly that is pictured measures 63 inches.  MotorGuide also put a 69 inch cable in some of their motors, so you might measure yours before ordering (we keep both in stock). We accept PayPal or Visa and MasterCard by phone.  If purchased in Missouri, sales tax of 7.6% will be added. We will ship to the lower 48 via US Mail for FREE.

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