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Old 10-27-2017, 08:46 PM   #1
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Hi, Have a new 1983 MMC 43' Trawler (De Fever) Knock off. Need to replace the control levers on fly bridge. Extremely pitted and basically shot. Any suggestions. Can't seem to find just the levers. Thanks.
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Check used equipment shops.

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For a start.

And our own Trawler Forum list, a STICKY, in the Classifieds section.

http://www.trawlerforum.com/forums/s...list-5227.html

I suggest you start contacting some of them. Have a photo or two in enough detail that it will show clearly which one you are asking about. Morse made quite a few models over the years.
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Defender sells them click here..........

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Mike: A big thanks. I have also been looking for a replacement set for our fly bridge. Defender has them, in stainless and the price is cheaper than I can get the set we have now replated.

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Mike: A big thanks. I have also been looking for a replacement set for our fly bridge. Defender has them, in stainless and the price is cheaper than I can get the set we have now replated.

Ongaro Engine Control Arm - Replacement
Yes, I've used these to replace all 8 of my originals. The issue can be getting the old zinc ones off!
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Larry,

Hodges has the Ongaro handles too at a great price. I bought 8 a couple of months ago, very nice handles. They are a little tight on the Morse shafts, and required some light 'encouragement' to get fully seated, but nothing major.

https://www.hodgesmarine.com/Ongaro-...p/ong50010.htm

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Larry,

Hodges has the Ongaro handles too at a great price. I bought 8 a couple of months ago, very nice handles. They are a little tight on the Morse shafts, and required some light 'encouragement' to get fully seated, but nothing major.

https://www.hodgesmarine.com/Ongaro-...p/ong50010.htm

Thanks guys. I donít know how it missed those. I just ordered a set for the fly bridge.
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Thanks everyone. The new handles are installed and look great. The old ones came off easily. I did use a small rubber mallet to seat the new ones on the spline. The quality and fitting is excellent. Less than $100 including shipping for both.
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