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400 transom seal orientation

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  • 400 transom seal orientation

    Hi all I have a Sierra transom seal to replace torn boot (week stringer was repaired) I have thrown away the old seal and the new one seems to be upside down if I were to install with the arrows up like the old one was. Any suggestions? I have read a post about the Sierra transom seals and the XXX is to go to the top, is this true? it seems like it would fit better that way.


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    Re: 400 transom seal orientation

    does anyone have an answer for this?

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    • #3
      Re: 400 transom seal orientation

      I was hoping someone else would answer. I've got an electric shift and I think it's different than the 400. You can see mine here (2nd photo down) if that's any help.
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      Murfreesboro, Tennessee

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        Re: 400 transom seal orientation

        Couple of pages from my manual here:
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        It doesn't give me a different section for a 400 vs. a electric shift, so I'm assuming they're the same thing.
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        Murfreesboro, Tennessee

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        • #5
          Re: 400 transom seal orientation

          I have the same manual and it refers to OE parts I need info on the Sierra replacement one

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            Re: 400 transom seal orientation

            Thankyou though

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