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Posted: June 20 2011 at 12:18 | IP Logged Quote estame6

Hi all, 1988 30' Sea Ray Weekender with twin merc 5.7 straight shafts. Anyone with this vessel knows the difficulty in removing the water pump housing, it can be reached but cant be seen. I have searched but unable to find a removal technique and would like to find a drawing or some pictures that will explain where the removal bolts are. Many thanks for any help .........Dave

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Posted: July 03 2011 at 22:27 | IP Logged Quote estame6

There is definitely a technique and having just done the job anyone needing info just pm me and will guided you through the impeller replacement on a 1988 30' sea ray weekender w/ 2x merc's 260 hp 5.7 straight shaft. You to can save big bucks....   Dave

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