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Old 03 March 2012, 13:15   #1
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mercury / mariner 200hp Liner

Any nice chapatis out there that can advise where to purchase a 200hp merc/mariner cylinder liner?
loose item only i have my own machinst

not some thing that gets purchased every day am sure
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Pretty sure you cant buy them. Certainly not as a genuine part anyway. Don't know of anyone changing a liner either.
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Old 03 March 2012, 16:00   #3
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Pretty sure you cant buy them. Certainly not as a genuine part anyway. Don't know of anyone changing a liner either.

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Wow, Not seen those before. The amount of V6 blocks i have put in the bin that could have been repaired!!!
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Wow, Not seen those before. The amount of V6 blocks i have put in the bin that could have been repaired!!!
Oh dear

guess i can be the guinea pig for you then
I am going to order one monday see how long it takes to arrive,, this lump has only done 90hrs never been appart prior to this, there is only a fekin circlip missing from the gudgeon pin on this one cylinder either never fitted at factory or not set right, hence the couge

i have been told you can over bore one cylinder and the piston weight is so close its ok to run as this? Rob you ever done this or know of it being done


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you can safely re-bore cylinder or cylinders it is not a problem, the pistons are the same weight wether std or o/s there used to be a place in Poole that sold/fitted cyl liners , but for the life of me i cant remeber who or even if still in business
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you can safely re-bore cylinder or cylinders it is not a problem, the pistons are the same weight wether std or o/s there used to be a place in Poole that sold/fitted cyl liners , but for the life of me i cant remeber who or even if still in business
so an over size bore on one will be fine even tho comps may differ slightly?
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If your doing one do them all would be my advice

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One's fine, won't be a problem. I used to use L & J Marine over New Milton way, they were an OMC dealer recommended to me by Barrus.
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Didn't read full thread Thought it was more developed fault than isolated problem

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