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Suzuki DF9.9 TH flushing adapter where can I find it.

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  • Suzuki DF9.9 TH flushing adapter where can I find it.

    HI bought a 9.9 high thrust and I noticed that the normal rabbit ears don't work on this motor as the water intake is not on the both sides of the motor but it is underneath the cavitation plate.

    There is a screw in adapter but my dealer doesn't have, don't ask they don't know much.

    Can I buy it hear on iboats? if so where can I find it. I am ordering a prop from here and would like to order everything at once.

    thanks

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    Re: Suzuki DF9.9 TH flushing adapter where can I find it.

    I guess nobody knows where I can get one of these.?????

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      Re: Suzuki DF9.9 TH flushing adapter where can I find it.

      not sure what year you have, but there is a flush attachment
      55181-95200 for $4.96

      http://store.brownspoint.com/df9.9/fig031-999703.asp

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        Re: Suzuki DF9.9 TH flushing adapter where can I find it.

        That looks similar to what Honda use to use, remove a screw and screw the adapter into the hole. I never used it though. Probably still laying around here somewhere as I did not give it to the guy who bought the motor.

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          Re: Suzuki DF9.9 TH flushing adapter where can I find it.

          maybe run motor in a 15 gallon drum of fresh water? That way you're sure to flush the water pump and upper parts of motor. Good Luck!

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