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Mercury Classic 50 Lower Unit

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  • Mercury Classic 50 Lower Unit

    Rebuilding the lower unit on a 1983 Classic 50 for a friend. Serial number is 06420938.
    Was wondering if anyone had the repair manual for it and would be willing to
    scan and email the lower unit section to me. I hate to buy a manual to use
    one time. Thanks for any help.

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    Manual #06 Sterndrives: R, MR, Alpha One & Alpha One SS All 1983–1990.pdf - Google Drive
    NO PERSONAL QUESTIONS, THIS IS WHAT THE FORUM IS FOR.

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      Thanks for the reply Bt Doctur, unfortunately that link is for a sterndrive. The one I am working for is a outboard.

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        Originally posted by Fisher1977 View Post
        Thanks for the reply Bt Doctur, unfortunately that link is for a sterndrive. The one I am working for is a outboard.

        Ayuh,... So why did ya post the question in the sterndrive forum,..??

        I'll move this to the outboard forum for ya,....

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          Originally posted by Bondo View Post


          Ayuh,... So why did ya post the question in the sterndrive forum,..??

          I'll move this to the outboard forum for ya,....


          Thanks Bondo, I was wondering why I couldn't find the post under Mercury & Mariner Outboards.

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