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Old 25 April 2021, 10:12   #1
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3.3 Mariner 2-stroke manual?

Anyone got one in pdf format?
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Old 25 April 2021, 10:51   #2
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Do you just want the user and basic maintenance one? If so it's on the Brunswick website to download.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...9bDoQ-xxRnt0Ii
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Old 25 April 2021, 17:26   #3
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Thanks Fenlander. Damn thing doesn't tell me the spec of the gearcase lubricant though. Would it be the 80W-90 I'm using in the main outboard do we think?
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Do you just want the user and basic maintenance one? If so it's on the Brunswick website to download.

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...9bDoQ-xxRnt0Ii
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Thanks Fenlander. Damn thing doesn't tell me the spec of the gearcase lubricant though. Would it be the 80W-90 I'm using in the main outboard do we think?
I wouldnít get hung up on the spec of the gear case oil. I use a GL4 90 in everything and itís never caused an issue.
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Old 25 April 2021, 18:28   #5
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Anyone got one in pdf format?
I just used the quicksilver gear lube for my merc 3.3 same engine
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Old 25 April 2021, 19:26   #6
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>>>wouldn’t get hung up on the spec of the gear case oil

Me neither on a 3.3hp... or pretty well any other portable OB**. The fact you are checking and topping up or changing is the most important.

**Got to be careful with Seaguls though as I think some modern oils are not the best for them.
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From 'Saving Old Seagulls':
Saving Old Seagulls: Free British Seagull information, Engine serial number identifier,advice, forum and spare parts.
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Old 26 April 2021, 17:48   #8
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Having had quite a few seagulls over the years, I'm not convinced they deserve to be saved.

"The gearboxes on most seagulls have no proper oil seals, just a rubber grit seal. The oil will leak out and water get in. They are designed to run on an emulsion of oil and water"

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My 40+ hangs on a hook in the garage between summer start ups to see it still works, under the hook is a small plastic bucket to collect the gear oil.
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They DO make an interesting collectors item, don't they. Although I did move my 3 on a few years ago now. What was it....a 40 plus, a Century and something from the mid 40's I think.... All ran OK.
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I'm also looking for the manual if anyone has a copy?

The previous link doesn't seem to work now....
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