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07-29-2005 06:29 PM
waltward
shift/throttle control



Fireman Bob

I gave you mine under your post in General Discussion, that is where I first saw it.

Walt Ward
07-29-2005 06:57 AM
GordMay
shift/throttle control

Teleflex-Morse, Inc. : http://www.teleflexmarine.com/
Specifically
Teleflex Marine Controls: http://www.teleflexmorse.com/Marine/default.asp?ID=11
Cables: http://www.teleflexmorse.com/Marine/default.asp?id=14
HTH,
Gord May
07-29-2005 06:57 AM
pjfsail
shift/throttle control

Teleflex Morse, I believe, makes what you want. You can go to google and type in Morse engine controls and find a number of distributors or go to: http://www.seamar.com/mengine.html and view them. Regards, Peter
07-29-2005 05:21 AM
firemanbob55
shift/throttle control

I am refitting my Endeavour 37 with a new engine.. Had to change everything..It figures right?? I want to move the shift and throttle from my edsen stearing post.
My old Pearson 30 had a shift and throttle
mounted on the cockpit bulkhead. What companys sell those things. Any ideas??
firemanbob

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