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Shift Interupter Switch, Bracket & Lever. - '98 Ficht 150/175hp Omc Used on

US $16.99

Rumford, Rhode Island, United States

Rumford, Rhode Island, United States
USED:Good Condition

We have been an OMC dealer for more than 30 years.  Now retired, we are disposing of our accumulated inventory at below cost prices

Here is a USED OMC

 '98 150/175hp"Ficht"

Shift Interpter Switch, Bracket & Arm

# 586130   Orig. Cost - $71.63

Our Listing price includes the Arm & Bracket as a bonus

We have many new and used Marine Items as well as a large inventory of OMC Parts, Special Tools & Accessories


Mounting & Brackets for Sale

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