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Old 13 February 2014, 02:25   #1
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Help needed on either a repair or replacement mariner 1994 115hp 2stroke flywheel

Looking for some help on this one, I'm needing to replace the flywheel on my 1994 115hp mariner 4cylinder 2 stroke outboard, as when it was getting repaired the guy doing the repair broke the magnets under the flywheel when removing it urgh. Does anyone know of a repair to stick the magnets back on or know of a spare flywheel for sale.

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Old 13 February 2014, 06:26   #2
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Davie on here? (DA Marine by the Tay bridge)


OTher thing to check on the online Microfiches - what other flywheels will fit? (Other Hps of a similar vintage or other (older / newer) vintage 115Hp ones. Might make the search easier...
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Old 13 February 2014, 10:57   #3
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sorry there is no recommended repair when magnets has broken /fell out. If I was you I would do as 9D280 suggests, if you are still struggling pm Robbie at blackdogmarine, he is a good old boy, and he reads this page now and again,
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Old 13 February 2014, 11:00   #4
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Thanks guys for all your help I'm just going to look online for other ones that might fit. Thanks for the info will let you know if I have any luck
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Just realised engine is a 1993 model, it's the type with the clamshell type cowl,
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Have glued back a Tohatsu 30 HP broken flywheel magnet with metallic epoxy cement. The stupid empirical mechanic broke it in half when trying to pull flywheel off while hitting with a hammer flywheel side, wanted to avoid the cost of buying a flywheel extractor, definitely a wretch guy...

The engine runs good till today, to say no difference at all.

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Thank for the idea of gluing it back on with epoxy, if all else fails and I can't get a second hand one then I will have a go but I would prefer to get a second hand one if possible but they seem to be rarer than hens teeth !! My guy did the same thing hit it with a hammer even after saying to him if it was hit by a hammer it would break the magnets, urgh. Thanks for letting me known its good to know there is a solution out there :-)
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bill higham told me that it was fine to glue them back in place, just make sure its the right place!
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Old 15 February 2014, 02:46   #9
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Thanks to everyone's ideas on my flywheel problem I'm going to get some epoxy and have a go at sticking the magnet back on, I will post on the results once I get sorted out. Thanks to everyone for all the help
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