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Old 08 January 2014, 16:01   #1
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1996 Mariner gearbox

I'm looking for the above, either the 60hp Bigfoot box or the box from a 75/90 and il swap the internals.


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Old 08 January 2014, 16:31   #2
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whats wrong with your gearbox?
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It ate itself.


No internals left.
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ah, thats not good! thought you may have damaged the skeg or casing - ive just welded mine up after catching the bloody slipway!
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ah, thats not good! thought you may have damaged the skeg or casing - ive just welded mine up after catching the bloody slipway!
This is a bit more terminal I'm afraid.

The bigfoot gearbox seems rarer that a Dundee virgin.
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I have a gearbox from a 75 2 stroke only thing is its a little earlier about 1993 ish if any use?
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