I have some parts for sale that I don't need anymore and the list is below.
1. New D21 1 1/8 shaft seal polished ready to go $90.00 OBO + the ride (Sold)
2. Used D21 1 1/8 shaft seal $60.00 OBO + the ride (sale pending)
3. Used D21 1 inch shaft seal $50.00 OBO + the ride (Sale pending)
OK guys, I'm having some issues with my the pump on my new boat and want to get some input before I start screwing stuff up.
First off, oil for the bowl. Got the boat, removed the plugs, blew through the cavity and saw approximately nothing come out the other side. Filled up with some 90wt...
well I got my intake manifold milled and its on the motor, now I'm going to put the timing cover on and I noticed my crank seal was leaking, its a national oil seal that came with the felpro timing gaskets, the harmonic balancer is new,( question #1) I was told by a guy here that he prefers...
I have a stringer mount style oil cooler That is in great shape. I completely disassembled and cleaned all of the parts. I also sanded all of the mating surfaces for a good seal for re-assembly. I ran a cleaning brush down every single oil cooling tube in the copper/brass housing. I also ordered...
All i can seem to find is the cheap looking stainless seals that are held on with 2 screws. Is there any other option out there for diverter and reverse cables? I would like something that has a packing nut that i can tighten. I have seen them for 33 series cables but cant seem to find any for...
I forgot ( CRS thing ) to order some new bowl seals ( 2 ) for my AMT 309 pump :angry:
I'm hoping to put the pump back in on Thursday but need new seals.
Does anyone have the seal # so I can try to pick some up local.
the pump is 1-1/2hrs away so I can't look at the old ones :no:
Is there a local place to get rope seals for a JG, or is there a better seal that should be used. Mine dumps water into my bilge a rpm in my Daytona. I would need them pretty quick. Im local to orange county. Thanks
New V-Drive 1" rudder stuffing box.
Square or round flange available.
New design. Made from 6061-T6 Aluminum that is machined finish.
Sealed bearing design (just like my billet prop shaft log seals). No more housings to wear out!!! The prop shaft rides on the bearing.
My new rudder stuffing...
Hey guys, so this weekend I started to develop a bit of a smoke problem in my 455. The boat ran great all weekend, I've had one plug fouling on me so Sunday morning I pulled it and it had quite a bit of carbon on it.
Anyways, my question. I'm getting smoke out of one side of the engine...
I was out on the delta yesterday near stockton near some boat harbor and I'll be damned if a seal wasn't swimming happy as can be next to my boat..
Do you guys normally see them out there (in fresh water)?