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Old 04-30-2003, 03:30 PM
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I know there are many great sponsors supporting us here at OSO, who have you had the best luck on price, and delivery time for:

merc drive trim senders (pucks)

throttle trim switches( kiekaufer type controls)
BTW: I have twins and the pumps are not quite the same speed, where should i mount the two switches, finger or thumb actuated?
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try marc berman Bam mamrine go-fast.com and mercruiserparts.com
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PM 1BOATNUT.. HE HAS A DISCOUNT SOURCE... HE DID GET ME TRIM /LIMIT SENDER KITS FOR MY TRS... SAVED $$$$$$$$
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these people might have what you need

http://mercstuff.com/
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thanks
any advice on trim switches mounted to throttles
what's easier two switches run by thumb, or fingers
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I'll be ordering my Kiekaefer control trim switches from mercruiserparts.biz, a part of stemtostern because it was the only site I found that had an exploded view and corresponding parts list of my controls.

A guy from Mercury Marine told me to look there.
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