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Old 22 May 2006, 11:27   #1
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Outdrive problem - Pacific 22

The pic attached is of happier days when my outdrive hydraulics worked.

Does anyone know where to get parts, I need a hydraulic pump, a 90 degree watertight through bulkhead fitting and a set of 4 flexible hoses for under the rear deck.

I would also like to know where to get outdrive parts.
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Old 22 May 2006, 11:44   #2
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Sorry to say but lancing marine are the uk dealer for stern powr i hah the same fitting go. For a little stainless it cost 75 uou would thought they were gold.
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Old 22 May 2006, 11:50   #3
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As Jamie says if you have a credit card then Lancing Marine if your in a hurry, but they do carry spares. Alternatively we think Mermaid bought lots of spares from Stan in Plymouth so they could be worth a try, however the best bet would be the yellow pages and a local hydraulics firm, take the old ones in and ask them to make up a new set of hoses. The pump is about 600 from Lancing but have seen a similar one in our local Portsmouth hydraulics firm for about 125 although it was only 12 volts and someone has a Mercruiser unit on there stern drive, so some options about.

http://www.mermaid-marine.co.uk/

http://www.lancingmarine.com/

how did that lot go all at the same time ?

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Old 22 May 2006, 13:11   #4
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try these ebay shops got what you need and with the dollar as it is they look very well priced Des

http://stores.ebay.com/RUDDYMART

http://stores.ebay.com/SEAQWEST-1
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Old 22 May 2006, 13:30   #5
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Just checked the price for the pump and including delivery it is 200 cheaper than Lancing Rip off Britain Cue Codders
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I have used this guy ( http://stores.ebay.com/RUDDYMART ) before and the service was excellent.

I am just about to order some more parts from him for my sternpowr 101.
UJ bellows & cowl, output shaft seal etc. Even with the carriage and if you end up paying VAT on the import he's cheaper.

Ordered some anodes in Feb and they turned up in 4 days from the usA!

When I ordered a manual from Lancing it took 3 weeks and i had to chase twice!!
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We have a mercruiser unit on ours running off of 12volts.
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Is that the same as the old merc outboard remote hydraulic trim/tilt pump?
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No its the type fitted to the Mercuiser/ alpha leg. with intgeral oil res fitted under the motor.
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Fair enough- I had a reconditioned 12v remote trim/tilt pump from the old external trim/til system from the 70's here when I posted that but sold it 2 days ago.
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