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Old 03-23-2017, 04:10 PM   #1
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Anyone have a source for fuel hard line? At some point, someone sawed through the beautiful stainless line that runs from the fuel pump to the carb inlet on my port side engine. For now it's patched with braided stainless automotive line, but I'd rather install a new line. Is this a situation where I need to use a bender and a flare tool, or are off the shelf replacements available?
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Old 03-23-2017, 05:51 PM   #2
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you may be able to buy a replacement from Mercruiser. look up the part number for your engine serial number and do a search.
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Yeah what he said.
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Old 03-25-2017, 06:05 PM   #4
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What's your go-to site for mercruiser part research? mercruiserparts.com?
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I find it on mercruiserparts.com then search the part number on ebay and even amazon sometimes.
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Know what's weird, I can never find the "right" s/n range in the lookup materials. I show 0M352735 port and 0M344786 starb. These are 2003 engines, 5.7L, 250HP (2bbl carb). 5.7L carb alpha/bravo serial number ranges in the catalogs show as follows:

5.7L CARB ALPHA/BRAVO - 0M600000 THRU 0W300754
5.7L CARB ALPHA/BRAVO - 0W300755 THRU 0W309999
5.7L CARB ALPHA/BRAVO - 0W310000 THRU 0W649999
5.7L CARB ALPHA/BRAVO - 0W650000 & Up

I'm lower than 0M600000, so I don't know where to go.
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Update - looks like if I search 5.7L (2 BBL.) GM 350 V-8 1998-2001, the serial number range is 0L010037 THRU 0M599999, which covers my serial numbers ... perhaps they stuck in leftover engines when they were fitting out this boat? The HIN is a 2003.
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Update - looks like if I search 5.7L (2 BBL.) GM 350 V-8 1998-2001, the serial number range is 0L010037 THRU 0M599999, which covers my serial numbers ... perhaps they stuck in leftover engines when they were fitting out this boat? The HIN is a 2003.
Yep older engines, follow the S/N on them.
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