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Vintage Omc Evinrude Johnson Outboard Shift/throttle Cable Nos on


Allenton, Wisconsin, United States

Allenton, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:New Brand:OMC

 Up for bid is a NOS or new OMC shift or throttle cable for many OMS motors. Fits 60's 70's 80's and 90's boats equipped with remote controls. Shipping is fixed at $15.00 to lower 48 states ONLY. I will ship elsewhere but actual shipping costs will be calculated after auction end and I have your address. Item is sold as is.

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