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    Since I'm new to outboards, I found out I need the splined washer that goes on after the prop. Its a merc 200 black max. I'm hoping someone going to marble can possibly bring one there. I'll call a few places in the morning to see if they stock it. Thanks.

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    I have an extra you can have, hoping to be there around 11: tom
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    Here you can buy that at Auto Value or Napa as a kit....I have one but will not be at Marble lake. Someone should have one in there tool box....How is the steering project going?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Thomas View Post
    Here you can buy that at Auto Value or Napa as a kit....I have one but will not be at Marble lake. Someone should have one in there tool box....How is the steering project going?
    Thanks for all your help/info. I won't be making it. That's my luck though. I'm so fucking close to having a water ready boat. The pump and cylinder are installed. Not too bad, i did by myself in a few hours dicking off. I didn't buy hoses cause I wasn't sure on length. My plan was to go to Plymouth rubber at 8:00a.m. and get some made. They are some stupid bastard end. I thought it be standard 37* flare like -6 or something. Im going to get them through amazon about 2' longer than my cables. I'll have them Tuesday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 65BEAVER View Post
    Thanks for all your help/info. I won't be making it. That's my luck though. I'm so fucking close to having a water ready boat. The pump and cylinder are installed. Not too bad, i did by myself in a few hours dicking off. I didn't buy hoses cause I wasn't sure on length. My plan was to go to Plymouth rubber at 8:00a.m. and get some made. They are some stupid bastard end. I thought it be standard 37* flare like -6 or something. Im going to get them through amazon about 2' longer than my cables. I'll have them Tuesday.
    I feel for ya. I have been through this crap for years.....Always buy the kit..you would have not had to buy the extra box of beer
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