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Product Details for Top Mount Billet Controls - 2 Lever Set - Twin Engine Application  at Marine Industries West
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Top Mount Billet Controls - 2 Lever Set - Twin Engine Application
Finally - A REAL billet deck mount shifter. These top mount two lever controls are manufactured from 3/4" thick billet aluminum for tough looks and a very smooth arm movement. A newly designed friction brake allows for easy external tension adjustment to fine tune the throttle arms to your needs. The throttle control also features a trim switch in the throttle arm. The shift control features precision neutral safety switches and neutral shift detents. Accepts 33C cables. When ordering, please specify if the control will be used in a left hand or right hand installation. Mounting bases are available in powdercoated and anodized finishes. Handles are only available in anodized finishes. Mounting flange dimensions are 3 1/2" X 7 3/4".
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Qty:   $1,399.00  


Note: The following colors only apply to billet aluminum parts that can be powdercoated or anodized. If a part does not have a "select color" box, it cannot be powdercoated or anodized.

Standard Powdercoated Colors: Black, White, Blue, Red, Purple, Teal. (3-5 Day Lead Time)

Custom Powdercoated Colors (Require a 3-4 week processing time): Dark Blue, Royal Blue, Black Chrome, Charcoal Metallic, Metal Flake Silver, Silver Metallic, Pumpkin Orange, Metal Flake Orange, DuPont Yellow, Wineberry, Burgundy, Lime Green, Clear Powdercoat.

Anodized Colors: Clear and Pewter (platinum gray color). (7-10 Day Lead Time)

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