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Old 10-20-2008, 09:05 PM
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Anyone have a Merc STEEL engine coupler, new or used, for a 2000 merc 500EFI. Bravo 1 drive

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Why not just order a new one?????

Part #17???????http://www.mercruiserparts.com/Show_...iston+Assembly

Even better is part # 861523A7 with the long steel snout
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Why not just order a new one?????

Part #17???????http://www.mercruiserparts.com/Show_...iston+Assembly
Indeed, not worth the risk buying an old one that will spine out on you in 15 minutes..... Considering the engineering involved in changing the farking thing!
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steel or aluminum HUB?

right now ive got steel, so if i went alum one would be different
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Indeed, not worth the risk buying an old one that will spine out on you in 15 minutes..... Considering the engineering involved in changing the farking thing!
i completely agree with that tho, i was just hoping someone with a take off "like new" would chime in and save me some bucks,

now if i can get a good opinion on steel hub vs aluminum i'd be good
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I would get the long snout steel one......actually I did for the Pantera.
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