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Old 05-05-2010, 05:44 PM   #1
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I found a link on Maxum's website last week that had a complete parts list. It was at least 10 pages. Now, that I know which part to look for, I cannot find the link. Anyone know if this has moved in the past week, or maybe I am just not looking in the spot I thought was the right one.

Specifically, I am looking for a bolt for the steps that lead down below in my 2001 2500SCR. The steps are held by two bolts on the top, and well, it seems as thought one has gone missing.
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Did you find this list? I'm trying to find the part no. For our windshield wiper arm etc.
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Did you find this list? I'm trying to find the part no. For our windshield wiper arm etc.
You can find the Maxum part listings at - maxumcustomercare.com/catalogues_index.html.

It would be easier for you to simply remove the wiper arm and take it down to CTC. There you can match it up to one they have in stock.
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I went on that sight and it said unavailable
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5 year old post folks.

@Uncleted. They have a limited number of years available. Not sure which year you were looking for.
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Yes shrew - the first post was 5 years old. The one I replied to was current.

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Yes shrew - the first post was 5 years old. The one I replied to was current.

Cheers,
Unfortunately we don't even have the wiper arm so we can't take it to CTC thus the need for the part number.

The link won't work for me either. The search continues ugh!
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This should take you there - Maxum Customer Care

Just match up your boat year and go from there. If older than 1993 you can still find the wiper arm since they used the same one apparently for years. \

You could also measure the diameter of the motor spline and take that to CTC for a new unit. The Bayliner wiper arms will also fit the wiper motor.
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Thanks so much!!
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