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Old 17 May 2004, 12:25   #11
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The trim pump is 600 from Lancing, but I have seen a very similar one in a hydraulic specialist in Pompey so there might be hope yet.

You could try Jamie for some bits, he is selling a P24 on boats and outboards at the moment and has a collection of widgets.

Do you need a stern drive manual ? I am splashing them for owners at the mo.
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Old 17 May 2004, 12:51   #12
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Smiths ind. have now become SPX FLUID POWER i'll find there new number

Make the AUTOPACK that Lancing provide, and Pete is right you can get this much cheaper elsewhere. Des
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Old 19 May 2004, 10:52   #13
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The trim pump is 600 from Lancing, but I have seen a very similar one in a hydraulic specialist in Pompey so there might be hope yet.
I 've got a price of 170 (254 it's in Germany)+del that goes to show the mark up on some of this stuff. Des
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Old 19 May 2004, 13:40   #14
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All - I have got a trim pump from Jamie, it's a mercruiser one and I found most of the hoses in the bilges. While we're on the subject, are the two trim rams just connected with a T? Afraid I really haven't had any time to do anything to her yet, I'm trying to move house!

Pete7 - yes please would love a manual, what format is it? Could swap you for velvetdrive 71 / 72 PDF if you want it.
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Old 19 May 2004, 19:28   #15
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the hoses are in a tee configuration. on the mercruiser pump they use american SAE type hydraulic fittings, which should still be on your hose if it is the original hose in the boat.

normally the pac 22 use the 24volt pump which has six wires. as i remember your mercruiser pump will have 3 wires. make sure the cable is heavy enough from the solenoid as it will draw a bit more amps being half the voltage....

on some of the later victoria marine boats they were a 3 wire model so you could use the same circuit.
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Old 20 May 2004, 05:56   #16
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Neville,

The MOD did so much damage when they stipped out the boat that the wiring is useless, everything disconnected at both ends with wire cutters so I will be rewiring it at 12 Volt, also the engine I have is a 12 volt engine.

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The standard wiring is a bit ott for a civilian application so it probably isnt the end of the world having to rewire it. Besides that, everything is easier and sometimes cheaper to obtain in 12 volt, from console gauges, lights , pumps etc.

The only drawback with 12 volt is starting, its a fairly big engine and the 24 volt starter does spin them over quite well. Thats why alot of trucks are 24 volts. Ill let you know where i get VDO gauges from, he is on the net and gives a really good deal. Ill remember later.
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Roohairy, the manual is in A4 photocopy format, drop me a pm with your new address and I will run a copy off for you at work early next week.


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