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Old 11-26-2006, 02:50 PM
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Default Who makes these types of shifters/throttles??

I am after a set of shifters, for a twin enigne boat and need a low profile pair that feed from the end, not the bottom.

Like the pair in the photo below

Can anyone tell me where I can buy these from and approx cost.

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look like split gaff's to me.
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I don't think they are gaffrigs, I looked at them and they seem to be bottom feed.
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they look like Latham to me. Latham = Expensive
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We sell the Hardin Marine "Quick Draw" units they have the ability to be configured just like this with your choice of cable inlets.
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merc zero eff.
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we have a similar style in the race boat (actually they look the same as above). i believe they are marine machines. they work very well. i will check an see exactly what they are.
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yep . . . here they are. i never really looked at the ones in the boat.

http://lathammarine.com/control-competitions.htm
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Thanks guys, any idea on pricing? also I need them to be able, to be feed from the front and the back in order to run two 300X's in counter rotation.

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