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johnson 54 10hp shaft seal, 41-62? cant find it :(

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  • johnson 54 10hp shaft seal, 41-62? cant find it :(

    my parts lists the shaft seal 41-62, but i cant find the seal anywhere. is there a new part number?
    dino
    46 johnson td 20
    54 evi 7.5
    56 johnny 5.5
    54 johnny 10hp
    72 johnny 20hp
    76 johnny 15hp
    68 evi 18hp elect start
    82 johnny 15 sailmaster
    83 evi 9.9 shorty
    84 evi 50 hp, remote, freebie
    85 johnny 30hp ls
    86 evi 4hp
    89 evi 15hp
    87 merc classic 50
    lots o parts
    81 12 foot valco wide body
    85 15' 9" bayrunner
    87 14 foot bayliner
    i dont have a omc problem, so i have a few motors..


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    Re: johnson 54 10hp shaft seal, 41-62? cant find it

    Yup superseeded to 307563 superseeded to 0321788 Sierra part number 18-2032
    Chris

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    • #3
      Re: johnson 54 10hp shaft seal, 41-62? cant find it

      thank you hightrim for the lightning fast reply!
      dino
      46 johnson td 20
      54 evi 7.5
      56 johnny 5.5
      54 johnny 10hp
      72 johnny 20hp
      76 johnny 15hp
      68 evi 18hp elect start
      82 johnny 15 sailmaster
      83 evi 9.9 shorty
      84 evi 50 hp, remote, freebie
      85 johnny 30hp ls
      86 evi 4hp
      89 evi 15hp
      87 merc classic 50
      lots o parts
      81 12 foot valco wide body
      85 15' 9" bayrunner
      87 14 foot bayliner
      i dont have a omc problem, so i have a few motors..

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