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    Anyone have a stash of Speedmaster parts?

    Compuker and MercNet say 27-38660, lower water pump gasket for SSM, is NLA/Obtainium. Anyone have one they would part with? Tried the Buy and Sell thing on S&F but maybe not reaching everybody.

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    cut one out yourself?
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    Well there you have it! The great OZ has spoken...

    leave a message and I'll return your call!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitro_rat View Post
    cut one out yourself?
    Yeah if push comes to shove I'll make one - just easier to buy if theres one out there - lazy I guess.

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    If you can get an accurate picture of one you can get someone with a plotter/cutter machine to make as many as you want. My daughter makes all kinds of stuff on one of those machines.

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    If someone made them I would buy a few too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark75H View Post
    If someone made them I would buy a few too
    I bought some of the N-8092 material to make some - should arrive next week. Mercury friend on the inside says the gasket went NLA in 2005.
    Last edited by bernie; 05-08-2019 at 12:55 PM.

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    not sure I remember exactly but I thought some of those SSM gaskets are the same as the ones used in the current SSM drives. Have to go back and check my notes.... Got a couple of NOS waterpump housings if you need one Bernie....

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    Should look like this. Tom is correct, Propshaft is bigger on newer speedmasters but alot of this stuff interchanges with newer speedmaster(#VI). https://www.mertenmarine.com/Mercury...7-848524?amp=1
    2005 APR FORMULA 2 ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

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    I need nosecone anchor parts. Someone sold me a disassembled SSM with nosecone, but none of the anchor/seal parts behind it. Didn't realize until I was home 3 hours away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by largecar91 View Post
    Should look like this. Tom is correct, Propshaft is bigger on newer speedmasters but alot of this stuff interchanges with newer speedmaster(#VI). https://www.mertenmarine.com/Mercury...7-848524?amp=1
    Might be usable. Costs $25 to find out.

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    Heres the missing gasket - doesn't superscede to anything near as I can tell. Click image for larger version. 

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    SSM #4 is ussabal.... just not bi /directional.....missing a hole....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave S View Post
    SSM #4 is ussabal.... just not bi /directional.....missing a hole....
    Merc number 27-60926 according to a retired 35 year Merc veteran that I know - am going to Mertens today with my old one and compare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bernie View Post
    Merc number 27-60926 according to a retired 35 year Merc veteran that I know - am going to Mertens today with my old one and compare.
    Back from Mertens - 27-38660 on top, 27-60926 bottom - great to see Jim Jr. again - went out and the shop and looked at the Omen - their Jones hydro - Jimmy says it can break any outboard record but they would only do it for some good money - I don't blame them. Says Jeff had it to 165 - Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark75H View Post
    I need nosecone anchor parts. Someone sold me a disassembled SSM with nosecone, but none of the anchor/seal parts behind it. Didn't realize until I was home 3 hours away.
    Should be able to help you on those parts Sam, Im in New Zealand though. Let me know exactly what you need
    Peter Thomas

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