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    Seaman Apprentice
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    Default Trim Cylinder Cap Seals

    Does anyone know where to obtain trim cap wiper seals for a 99 150 Johnson. It seems everyone wants to sell me a complete overhaul kit when all I need are a couple of wiper seals which are cracked and split. I have no leaks (yet). I figure that replacing these now will prevent future problems. I'd probably also replace the cap o-rings while it's apart.

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    Default Re: Trim Cylinder Cap Seals

    The entire rubber seal set is only $50. Why not buy it and replace the ones that leak now. You will then have parts for the future leaks.

    I have found that when the wipers need replacemnt, just putting in new orings only helped for a short while.

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