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Mariner serial number chart

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  • Mariner serial number chart

    For you guys looking to see what year your Mariner is or all other outboard brands this is what I came up with. Copy and paste if the link does not come up, and then click on Mariner, then select your HP range.


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    Re: Mariner serial number chart

    That's first one I have seen that actually has my engine's range on it. And it is correct. It's Canadian engine, which usually isn't on the lists.


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      Re: Mariner serial number chart

      I checked on this chart, My serial number does not really jive, Mine is 5316614, It's not really on the list, According to this chart it comes up to an early 80's 175hp, Unless someone has changed the decals this is not correct, It says 150 V6 all over it, Now I'm really confused, If I buy this how will i ever find the correct parts for it?
      Someone please help.

      Old men just want to go fishing

      Retired widower seeks retired widow with boat and motor, Please send pictures of boat and motor


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        Re: Mariner serial number chart

        2 marinas told me this serial number(0d201532) is a 1989 this chart tells me a 1993??? Which is right?
        Thanks fellas


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          Can't find what year my 40hp Mariner is serial #is 40E 6E9 L411302


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            This link is in the Merc/Mariner stickies along with some other Merc/Mariner ID guide links.

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