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Old 17 May 2013, 05:21   #1
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Remote Kill switch

Any one advise where I can purchase one as this ?


Not happy using the std merc mounted one on the control box the angle is all wrong for good safety.
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Old 17 May 2013, 05:26   #2
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just bought one but had buy the lot
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has rob not got one
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Any Merc dealer should have one on the shelf, About 45.00 incl vat.

part # 87-19674Q2
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Cheers all was not sure of the ,make



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That pic looks like the standard Merc kill switch (at least what they have now.) Just replaced my Yam kill switch for this one. Easier for anyone left on board to re-engage the motor (of course, I have yet to put any kind of directions or labelling on, but still...)


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P.S. Bought mine off E-bay for about $28US (as I recall.)
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43. Deliverd just off to fit the fecker
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43. Deliverd just off to fit the fecker
Grease the back of the switch, or paint it-they rust where you can't see it when it's in.
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Grease the back of the switch, or paint it-they rust where you can't see it when it's in.
Lol allways used Vaseline on any thing like this on install, lube is very useful lol
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They corrode - get a Yamaha one which are sealed 100%, we have to fit extra kill switches for racing and I have never had one fail - I lost an OCR race in Salcombe with Derek Basham because of one of those - it wouldn't have been so bad if we hadn't been leading our home race!
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Grease the back of the switch, or paint it-they rust where you can't see it when it's in.
It's already coated by the factory, with a plastic sealent!
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