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50hp 4s 1999 adaptor plate

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    Hi found a hole in my adaptor plate leaking exhaut in to the cowling ... was going to repair it with devcon liquid steel. But saw na adaptor plate on sale on the web the part number is the same in the casting execpt the last 2 ex:
    ​my plate is 825228 C4 and the on one web is 825228 C5.
    ​Are they interchangeble, or the same??
    ​david from portugal
    Last edited by DavidPortugal; October 2nd, 2017, 04:00 PM.

  • #2
    found this link on **********
    ​meaning bigfoot c4 non big is c5?
    ​my serial is 0G86*******(cant remenmer the rest), but the gasket is the same...


    • #3
      There is no difference between the 2 parts.


      • #4
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        thanks for awnsering !! Sorry for the late response but recover from win10 crash isnt easy . Then im going to purchase it.
        but why there are so many 825228 adaptor plate numbers ex:
        825228 4
        ********* A24
        ********* A17
        ********* 5
        ********* T27
        ********** 5
        are they all the same???
        the top and botton gaskets match...
        can you clarify, please