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Old 12-19-2002, 10:31 PM
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Does anyone have any good DISCOUNT mercruiser parts websites?

What about Kiekaffer Trim Tab parts, dumb question maybe, who makes them?, I know Kiekaffer, do they have a website or is this a mercruiser part? Where can you find parts for them. I need 1 actuator and cannot find one anywhere.

Anyone have any good prices on 1:50 Bravo 1 gear sets. I need two for 91 style B1 drive.

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Old 12-19-2002, 11:38 PM
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Did we hit something there Mike ? Try BAM marine's site or Doller Offshore. Call me if you need any help. I hope all is well and ya'll have a great Christmas

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Mike, you will find the Kiekahaefer parts here Mercury Performance Products Unless you are doing a real budget job on the drives, use the new style gears. They are much stonger than the older ones. From memory PN is #803107T2 for a complete upper rebuild kit. We sell the kit for $975, have them on the shelf. I also might have some of the older kits, will sell them for $450 but then you are no better off than you are now.
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Thanks for the responses. I will move forward from here.

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I suggest buying from BAM, they have a real easy web-site to navagate, and everyone there was real nice to me when I purchased my stuff from them, My 300X cowling was about 300.00 less expensive from them then my local dealer, had a slight problem shipping my cowling, but that was UPS's fault not theirs. Also you get an instant discount when you pay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I likes dem dare dizzcounts
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Marc at BAM adds "value" to the sale of parts. He knows his stuff and has helped me from loaning me tools (he's 1000 miles away ), to step by step guidance on things I didn't know how to do.

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