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Old 07-10-2019, 08:39 AM
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I received these parts along with the purchase of a boat and I am not sure what manufacture they might be from. Any of you have any idea? Thank you for any input
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Older Mayfair? (wrong)
Sorry it is exactly like my 1987ish version of Hynautic

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It's a Hynautic. Similar to this one

hynautic-k-9-large-inboard-250-14-5-stroke-hydraulic-boat-steering-cylinder-c-w-clevis.html
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