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Old 19 September 2011, 06:43   #1
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Mariner 75 Power Trim Seal Kit

Hi ,

I need a seal repair kit for my Mariner 75 ELPTO (1996) ,Power Trim Piston
The part number is 813432a3

Any help where I can locate one , My local dealers say its Discontinued

Please Please Help
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Old 19 September 2011, 06:55   #2
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Ohhh I think thats naughty.
I have a 75 of about the same age.
Are parts going to start becoming a problem?

You could try samspeed marine. Martin may have one knocking arround.
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Old 19 September 2011, 10:41   #3
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Thanks , no problem on spares up to now , except this seal kit , will try them

Thankyou
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Old 19 September 2011, 17:24   #4
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Same as mine , If you find one please post a link,
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Old 20 September 2011, 09:20   #5
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Suggest that you call Rob at BlackDog Marine for Mercury/ Mariner spares 01503 265 898 (mention that you are on Ribnet too) - I have always had very good service from them.
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Old 20 September 2011, 11:24   #6
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Thinks I may have a used PTT system knocking around which may offer you the parts you need. It's one of a few that are sat in storage having been removed when faulty, yet to be looked at. I think one had it's motor removed for another unit, another had an issue with the hydraulic side of things, again not investigated. We tend do replace rather than repair then they sit around until time allows a look at them.

Both have no leaks though. what exactly is the problem with yours ? Do you have a pic of the unit ? I'll compare as I forget what one came from what engine

May be an option....

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Old 20 September 2011, 11:43   #7
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Hi Peter ,

Any Source of repair/replacement would be a help ,I have attached aphoto of the unit on mine,
The outboard is virtually the same as the one you had for sale a couple of weeks ago (Ex Mod) ones.
It leaks from the top seal , and has to be refilled every 3/4 trips out otherwise I cannot raise the o/b to lock in position to transport it.
If the one you have is the same please feel free to pm me.
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Old 20 September 2011, 12:16   #8
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Hello

Im sure i do have a complete unit with that square PTT motor on it. I'd have to find out what it came in off etc but looks the same unit and without any leaks!

Ive had quite a few come in with faulty "scraper seals" and they are a pain in the A*** to get parts for. I did have a local hydraulic repair shop (non outboard) who would retro fit a larger seal (by digging away to create a better fit with a larger diameter seal) but I think they long since gone to the wall. Might be worth checking around though if you want to repair what you have. In my experience they don't last too long anyway though once repaired.

What is a complete unit worth to you working ? What's it worth in parts and what would you require ? The problem with that is I'd rather not break a unit which renders the remains pointless but then if I check and find it's faulty (ie motor etc) I could maybe split it up anyway

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Old 20 September 2011, 12:18   #9
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Mine does not have that yellow strap across it though :whistling

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Old 21 September 2011, 08:07   #10
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Here's the one I have - no idea which motor it came off I guess a mid 90's 75hp

The motor is good so I'll remove that and keep it incase I need it ad there's mo point you paying more when you don't need it. The rest is advised as unserviceable on the basis that the pump has suspected to have failed.

The part you need being the seal end cap is fine and without any leaks. Weather you can simply swap the caps or the entire cylinder etc I don't know. yours looks cleaner though!

The diameter of the actual ram is 17.37mm.

I'm happy to sell the entire kit (minus the motor) for the cost you said you were quoted just to repair what you have -75 + pp, which gives you additional spares should you need them.

Let me know if you'd like it or not.
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