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Old 11-16-2007, 10:47 PM
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I have a flywheel housing on a 540 Bulldog that has the oil coolers built in (part# 95165). Oil coolers are #94910 and #94911. I need the gaskets which seal around the water passages where you bolt the coolers to the housing. Looked on BAM'S site and it appears these bellhousings are not original?

Does anyone have a merc part number, or after market number for these gaskets?
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Are they Eickerts?

http://www.keitheickert.com/products...r-housings.htm
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Old 11-17-2007, 04:57 AM
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Have a look at the schematics for a 460 TRS, these have the single and dual cooler bellhousings.

Part numbers are 27-47495 and 6
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Have a look at the schematics for a 460 TRS, these have the single and dual cooler bellhousings.

Part numbers are 27-47495 and 6
That's the ones. Thanks for the help my OSO brotha!
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Mine are Merc part numbers but they sure look similar to the Eickerts. Makes you wonder who makes them for Merc? Thanks for the help!
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