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Old 27 December 2011, 12:08   #1
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Mercury/Mariner Trim Sender

Purchased in error as a smartcraft compatible unit was required.

Part No. 821400A2 - Power Trim Gauge Sender 75-115 Starboard Mount
RRP: 92.16

Brand new still in sealed packaging. Fits various mercury/mariner outboards 75hp to 115hp

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Old 29 December 2011, 16:12   #2
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dam if it fitted a 50 i might of had it
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Old 29 December 2011, 16:44   #3
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dam if it fitted a 50 i might of had it
Surely RPM had one fitted with yours at that price ? I thought they serviced it prior to collection ? It's not the Gauge this is the sender unit that supply's the gauge

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should fit a 50 analoge if it is a fairly new one you could always give your s/n to a dealer and ask to check if it is compatable with your obm unless yours is very old i suspect it will fit
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Old 30 December 2011, 09:48   #5
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hi guys, not sure if my outboard i have just got has the sender unit, i only guessed that if you was to buy a trim n tilt gauge to fit to your dash that you would have to get a sender unit for the gauge in order for it to read. what am i looking for and where do i look
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hi al, its a 2001 mariner 50hp 2 stroke elptt.
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This should help you find it. This is from an 80hp 2 stroke but it's a similar design and location. It's number 29 and connects onto the end of 27 which will be tucked on the inside of the transom bracket

Remember though this is NOT the same just to help you locate it's position.

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thank you peter, i will take a look very soon to see if i have one in place. you are very helpful

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Check your serial number with the image below. It will fit the highlighted 50hp only. If yours is 2001 it is most likely the one below requiring the port mounted trim sender.
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If you do have it and need the gauge check out the eBay pic shown. Priced well with free delivery from Ireland and they are open to a best offer too

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cheers peter for link, i have put a offer in for the gauge/display. did have alook at the outboard today and for the hell of me i couldnt find anything that matched the diagram you posted, only thing with wires was the motor for power tilt/trim, lifted the leg right up inspected all around clamp area and nothing, so need to get one, im going to check my numbers tomorrow and see if it matches any of the ones on the list samy put up"cheers sam" and thanks again peter.

oh if i do require a port side sender do you have one ?
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Still for sale, it turned out it doesn't fit arkamelis's Mariner 50. Although it will fit the slightly older 50/60hp with the 'square' cowl design.
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Still for sale, I'd told a couple of people I'd sold it, but have just found it again.
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Old 21 December 2012, 04:39   #15
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Sam,

I can't give you a serial number because my engine is a mish mash of about three donors, but having investigated this a couple of tmes this might be the one I'm after......

The clamps have a slightly weird set of manual trim pin holes in that they curve in towards the transom, and the bottom one is ourtboard of the curve. The swivel has a stepped abutment so that if the pin was i nthe bottom hole although it would look truimmed further out the step is greater than the holes "out of alignmen" ., if that masde any sense?

The clamps seem to be cast for fitment, but not actually drilled & tapped for the moutning screws. It's one of these:

60 (3 CYL.) Mercury Outboard 9469200 THRU 9683054 Transom Bracket(Long Shaft S-N-0C160936 & Up) Diagram and Parts

But without the "keep up" lever. (Items 5 -10)

Swivel:
60 (3 CYL.) Mercury Outboard 9469200 THRU 9683054 Swivel Bracket(Long Shaft-S-N-0C160936 & Up) Diagram and Parts


I had worked out the hole for the lever might also double as the Trim sender on a PT application, but if not, no worries. (and I can drill / tap a hole if need be)

Any of you Merc Gurus able to shed light?
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Sam,

I can't give you a serial number because my engine is a mish mash of about three donors, but having investigated this a couple of tmes this might be the one I'm after......

The clamps have a slightly weird set of manual trim pin holes in that they curve in towards the transom, and the bottom one is ourtboard of the curve. The swivel has a stepped abutment so that if the pin was i nthe bottom hole although it would look truimmed further out the step is greater than the holes "out of alignmen" ., if that masde any sense?

The clamps seem to be cast for fitment, but not actually drilled & tapped for the moutning screws. It's one of these:

60 (3 CYL.) Mercury Outboard 9469200 THRU 9683054 Transom Bracket(Long Shaft S-N-0C160936 & Up) Diagram and Parts

But without the "keep up" lever. (Items 5 -10)

Swivel:
60 (3 CYL.) Mercury Outboard 9469200 THRU 9683054 Swivel Bracket(Long Shaft-S-N-0C160936 & Up) Diagram and Parts


I had worked out the hole for the lever might also double as the Trim sender on a PT application, but if not, no worries. (and I can drill / tap a hole if need be)

Any of you Merc Gurus able to shed light?
Apologies if I have mis-read what you have put. The trim sender needs to be fixed to the end of the trim ram so that as the engine moves up and down the rotation angle of the ram in relation to the engine backet can be picked up by the trim sender.

By fitting it to the clamp bracket where you suggest, I can't see how this would work??
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Ah, OK. Not the one I thought it was then......

I thought this was one that has a lever that screws on & engages in the slot, the lever rubs on the underside of the swivel bracket, the sender itself is screwed to the clamp.

I assume the pin at the top of the ram is keyed to the ram & is slotted on one end to take the sender? (Mine is free to spin in both the ram & the swivel bracket, but now I think about it, may have a slot.....)


Any chance of an "extreme close up" from a little below where the current pic is taken from?
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Sender now sold I'm afraid. Could still get a close up after Christmas if its any help?
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If for no other reason than to know it might fit when the next one appears would be great.

I assume the pin is grubscrewed to the top of the ram? On mine it is free to rotate in both ram & swivel bracket.
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