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FishinMaverick

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FishinMaverick

anybody got an idea where i can pick one up for my mercury! it's getting beat up and there's not much of a groove left in it.

thanks in advance!

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Deitz Dittrich

I would say that any boat shop that sells merc eng would have them in stock?...

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iffy

Yes, any boat shop should have a few around.

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FishinMaverick

thanks for the replies guys, i'll check out my local shop i guess.

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eurolarva

Washers are .73 cents part 12-191833. There are two kinds of plugs. One is magnetic 22-67892A06 and cost around 8 bucks the non magnetic one is 10-79953Q04 and cost about $3.42. These are merc numbers. Hopefully your dealer is more friendly then the ones I have seen. Without part numbers they wont give you the time of day unless you want to buy a boat.

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Hookmaster

Fleet Farm may have it. I picked some up for my Yamaha that were magnetic, with washers and an Allen wrench head for about $9.00. No more slots. Now what will I do with that honkin' screw driver I bought specifically for this purpose?

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Pikeslayer

It makes a good pry bar! grin.gifgrin.gif

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Nutty Fisherman

Maybe you could sell on this site smile.gif

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