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Old 23 September 2004, 14:08   #61
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The fuse box you are talking about, is for the control panel, it protects the alternator and the primary cicuit for the starter. But the fuse is a special semi conductor fast blow fuse, RS components Part No 156-8844 for a 80A, which was fitted to my 84 P22. They are £5 each !!!


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Old 23 September 2004, 14:18   #62
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Appreciated, thanks!

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Old 23 September 2004, 15:00   #63
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[QUOTE=Ian Austin]
Originally Posted by Pete7
Ian, if you get stuck for a manual for the stern drive shout and I will photocopy mine for you.

Pete (to the rescue again)
Many thanks, i would like to take you up on the offer of the outdrive information, is there part no for the inner bearings ?????
Sounds like its going to be a busy day on Monday slaving over a hot photocopier pm me your address as the stern drive manual is about 200 pages. The numbers I have for the bearing 830770 but thats a Stern Power part number rather than a general bearing number. However i think you need to have a read of this manual first as there are lots of "pencil" additions which someone has made in the past probably for a very good reason. One states that Victoria boats had an extention on the hydraulic T pieces


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