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Old 08-10-2014, 02:35 AM   #1
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I purchased a 2001 Maxum 2100SD with Bow Thrusters. One of the thrusters is not working. Where do I get information on repairing and purchasing parts? Who manufactured the thrusters?
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Old 08-10-2014, 01:47 PM   #2
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I can't see a 21' boat having a bow thruster. Let alone 2. A bow thruster is an electric (or hydraulic) propeller mounted in a tube that goes through the hull at the bow under the waterline. One thruster can drive the bow of the boat from side to side. Two in parallel might be needed on a 100+' yacht. I don't think a bow thruster could fit on a 21' boat or is needed. Do you have a picture?
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Rl welcome aboard.

Maxum worked with a company to develop these custom thrusters for this model. Try google to find more info as not many here have posted on this subject although a few have you can try the search function on the site.

From what I recall there is one bow thruster and one on each corner of the stern and runs on a 6V battery system.
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Rl welcome aboard.

Maxum worked with a company to develop these custom thrusters for this model. Try google to find more info as not many here have posted on this subject although a few have you can try the search function on the site.

From what I recall there is one bow thruster and one on each corner of the stern and runs on a 6V battery system.


Yes I have 3 thrusters, one bow and two stern. They run off 3 12V batteries at 36V. I have removed the one that is not working but cannot find any manufacture or model information. I have googled everything I can think of with no luck. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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I think there is a similar thread on this in the past 12 months that identified the manufacture. Try searching threads for either 2100SD or thrusters.
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I was not able to find any thread about repairing or parts for my OEM thrusters. I have found that they were made by Mercury. They are discontinued. The system is available as part no: A-AB01PP3ZD but I have not found where to purchase individual thrusters. Any help on repairing or purchasing would be appreciated.
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The bayliner part number is 1694371. Check with a bayliner dealer to see if they can still get one.

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+1 on JPs recommendation
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http://www.marineengine.com/parts/me...motor-assembly

Is this the assembly you have?
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Thanks this is the assembly I am looking for. Of course the part I need is the motor assembly 40503T-4 which is unavailable. Now I need to find a working motor or someone who can rebuilt the motor I have.
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