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Parts for Mercruiser Alpha 1 3.0 Litre

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  • Parts for Mercruiser Alpha 1 3.0 Litre

    Hi, I have this boat and I am kind of new to boats in general and I need some parts but I want to make sure I get the right ones before I order them and I have tried looking online for my serial number but have not come up with much. I was hoping someone could maybe help me find the parts numbers I would need. The parts I am wanting to purchase are a
    Water pump
    Carbuerator Kit
    Thermostat.

    The boat title says it is 115 hp but i could not find that on the engine anywhere so I do not know if that is correct. There were two other serial numbers too.
    Transom S/N - OD348313
    Drive S/N - OD328059
    Displacement - 181 CID

    Engine: Inboard
    Manufacturer: Mercruiser
    Model: MCM 3.0 Litre
    Serial #: 0C874836
    Year: 1990
    Liters: Alpha One 3.0 Litre

    If there is more info you need let me know I will see what I can do. The motor is in a 1990 Bayliner if that helps at all too. So far from me searching I have come up with nothing that completly matches the info I have.


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    Re: Parts for Mercruiser Alpha 1 3.0 Litre

    Everything you need for your engine will be in here.

    Just click away.Good luck.

    http://www.mercruiserparts.com/selec...4++1990%2D1994

    And everything you need for your sterndrive will be in here.

    http://www.mercruiserparts.com/selec...29+1983%2D1990

    The service manual for for your drive is #6 R/MR/ALPHA ONE.

    The service manual for for your engine is #13.
    In the long run, Using OEM parts may just cost you less money!

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