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Old 29 March 2016, 06:45   #1
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40 HP Tohatsu shift problem...

I need to replace the spring pin that connects the shift rod to the lower unit on my outboard. My question is what size is this spring pin and do I need one from Tohatsu or will one from the hardware store work? What size punch do I need? TIA!

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Old 29 March 2016, 10:31   #2
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Most likely needs to be stainless, so the hardware store is probably out.


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Old 29 March 2016, 12:02   #3
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may be worth posting on BRF - Boat Racing Facts Forums
Someone may have on kicking about. From my experience Tohatsu parts are very expensive!
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