Mercury Parts

Discussion in 'Part Suppliers' started by tj309, Jul 26, 2015.

  1. tj309

    tj309 Composite Specialist

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    Location:
    LA (lower Alabama)
    Boat Model and Year:
    1972 18' Hydrodyne
    Ski Team:
    Former Hodag Water shows
    The best way I have found to get the most inexpensive parts is to go to mercruiserparts.com and select the "seach with pictures" option. They have pictures of entire sub-assemblies broken down and more importantly they have the part numbers for each part. That is key as their prices while competative are not the lowest. Take that part number and google "mercury marine part number xx-xxxxxxxx. you will get many results such as Amazon (not the cheapest) and e-bay. More often than not Boater152 on e-bay is the cheapest.
     
  2. tiisa3nh743

    tiisa3nh743 New Hydrodyner

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