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Old 10 December 2011, 09:18   #11
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Originally Posted by uncle al
you must when order parts quote the serial number on all merc/mar obms, there are a lot of parts that are compatable but to be on the safe side use the serial number
Perhaps not in this case as the serial number seems to come back to a 25hp according to the MERC dealer.

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Old 11 December 2011, 05:56   #12
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if it is the clam shell 90 there might be a problem with some internal p/h and g/h parts but the initianal basic service parts should be no problem ,i would as an owner would like to find out if it was a mistake at the factory, enquirey through the distributer to the factory, dont go to the factory direct they will send it back to the distributer. (barrus)

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Old 11 December 2011, 14:22   #13
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New serial number

Thanks for that, the number is quite hard to read but it could be 9758107 does that tally up to a 90 rather than a 25?
Thanks again

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