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Old 31 October 2012, 14:08   #1
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Engine Number help

I have a 1997 Mariner 90hp 2 stroke in-line 3 that I need new pistons for, I've been asked for the engine number which I've been told should be d283222 or later, problem is I dont see any numbers anything like that on the engine block, the only number I can find is 876-8946-C11 can anyone give me an idea where to find the number?? dont say on the paperwork as I have none
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It will be on the port side of the transom bracket and should start 09,

Also repeated on the powerhead core plug on that age, or sticker on newer ones

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Old 31 October 2012, 14:54   #3
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That's fine if that's the one I'll need, I knew about them, I was expectong to find a number similar to the one I was asked for, I'll cross reference the one on the bracket with th one I saw on the core plug, thanks for your swift reply
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just out of interest the picture on the rightis an ex M.O.D. obm,(the hose up the back of the leg) ,I might even have given it its final check before leaving barrus. That age of obm the 75/90hp every thing is the same apart from the carbs and some maybe later the g/h ratios. I have always liked the 75/90hp obm a joy to work on.
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Indeed it was. We got it already fitted to a tatty old Wilson flyer 17. The engine was quite unusual as its cover was de-badged of all its decals from new, never fitted.

We've had a few with the extra fittings

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Your Serial number is 0D283222. They all start with and 0!!
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Indeed it was. We got it already fitted to a tatty old Wilson flyer 17. The engine was quite unusual as its cover was de-badged of all its decals from new, never fitted.

We've had a few with the extra fittings

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Still got its hour meter fitted too!!.
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Your Serial number is 0D283222. They all start with and 0!!
What do you mean my serial number is 0D283222 are you saying that is my number or it will be a number in that format, the only number I can find is something like 09967517, that is on the transom bracket and on the core plug,,, I'm at a loss here
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What do you mean my serial number is 0D283222 are you saying that is my number or it will be a number in that format, the only number I can find is something like 09967517, that is on the transom bracket and on the core plug,,, I'm at a loss here
I'd have thought that age will be 09, if its on your core an the same on the transom I'd have thought that's the correct one to use for parts

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Ok, i was just going on that you said your serial number was D283222, but you now say you have the number 09967517.

Serial number 09967517 is a 1997 90hp bought on the 05.08.97
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