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Anyone heard of Seiler Marine?

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  • Anyone heard of Seiler Marine?

    They are out of Panama City, FL..I think they are just a parts dealer.


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    Re: Anyone heard of Seiler Marine?

    Is their a question?

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      Re: Anyone heard of Seiler Marine?

      Just wanted to know if anyone had every done business with them. Good results/bad...

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      • #4
        Re: Anyone heard of Seiler Marine?

        They have been recommended here several times, so I guess someone has done business with them.



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          Re: Anyone heard of Seiler Marine?

          Well, I was searching the net and ran accross their website. They have a pretty good offering of parts, but they don't list a phone number where they can be called directly. Only online ordering. Kind of makes me a little nervous doing business with them.. However, not bad prices. Just looking for snyone who has done business with them...

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            Re: Anyone heard of Seiler Marine?

            I have done busines with them and they were great. They answered questions in e-mail quickly including suggesting a cheaper part for my application. Cheapest parts I could find.I have seen several threads here where seiler was mentioned. All good things.Ken

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              Re: Anyone heard of Seiler Marine?

              Depends on what your looking for. I know a few sites that offer cheaper prices on the same stuff. What ya looking for? Iv never had a problem with them in the past.

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              • #8
                Re: Anyone heard of Seiler Marine?

                Bought Wiseco pistons for my 120hp Force from them. They even took the time to verify the model number due to a mid year bore size change. Would buy from again if I needed more parts.

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                • #9
                  Re: Anyone heard of Seiler Marine?

                  Need two 114-7778 switchboxes ( made by rapair/cdi elec.).They are listed at $135 from Seiler...Free shipping...

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