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Evinrude Simplex controls for 1965 33 hp Evinrude SkiTwin

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  • Evinrude Simplex controls for 1965 33 hp Evinrude SkiTwin

    Does anyone know where I can get parts for the Evinrude Simplex controls? I broke the plastic part that the shift cable slides through in the control box. It's a double lever shift box for manual shift


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    Re: Evinrude Simplex controls for 1965 33 hp Evinrude SkiTwin

    Might try E-Bay E-Bay controls
    Rick

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      Re: Evinrude Simplex controls for 1965 33 hp Evinrude SkiTwin

      Not sure if anyone replied back as to where you could find the plastic part for the shifter cable but I need the same part. If anyone out there knows where i can find this part I would greatly appreciate it. The cable slides through the plastic piece and tightened by two little set screws.

      Thanks

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        Re: Evinrude Simplex controls for 1965 33 hp Evinrude SkiTwin

        Originally posted by tomorgan View Post
        Not sure if anyone replied back as to where you could find the plastic part for the shifter cable but I need the same part. If anyone out there knows where i can find this part I would greatly appreciate it. The cable slides through the plastic piece and tightened by two little set screws.

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        Assuming your control is also a 1965, go to http://shop.evinrude.com/ Click on Electronic Parts Catalog, then select OB Accessories from the drop-down list where it defaults to Evinrude. Select 1972, the oldest it goes back to, but don't worry it is the same control. You can order it right there.

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