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Old 03 December 2011, 13:07   #1
Country: UK - England
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kill cord/lanyard

hi all, just bought myself an early xmas present, that being a 2006, 25hp 2 stroke mariner outboard. In my haste to get it home to tinker and polish I forgot to ask the previous owner for the kill cord. Could anyone out there give me an idea of what they look like or even a picture. I'm currently using an 18hp tohatsu but the fitting isn't the same. Many thanks in advance.

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Old 03 December 2011, 13:47   #2
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If its the switch type (with run/stop written on it) it's the one pictured. These are standard fitting on that size engine.

2nd pic shows best price on eBay, that's not genuine MERC though. Picture 3 is genuine MERC

If you go for genuine MERC (quality better, rope rather than rubber cord which stretches once and stays extended.

"Turbo diesel" on here is your guy. Trader under the name Black Dog Marine, who give 10% discount to Rib.netters with delivery just a quid :thumbs

Peter ~ Boatsandoutboards4sale ~ ~ 07930 421007
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