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  1. Keith the Cop

    Keith the Cop Member

    173
    Oct 13, 2009
    Long Island
    2000 400DB
    1989 340 Sundancer (Gone but not forgotten)
    3116 Cats
    The oil seal for the sea water pump on my Quicksilver 6.5 Generator. The part # is 26-810574. But wait that the old #. The new part from Generac is #070983. But wait they are BOTH DISCONTINUED. No further information is available.. Ugh!

    The seal is an NOK SP2700-05. I was somewhere given another NOK# AC0440-E0.

    Has anyone dealt with this issue? Has anyone had luck with it? THe generator works great. But it leaks and this is the issue.

    Any help is appreciated.
     
  2. earthmover17

    earthmover17 New Member

    706
    Jan 3, 2008
    land o lakes florida
    560 sedan bridge
    cat 3196
    I have a lotta luck with Depco on the weird stuff. You may want to give them a call. I don't have the number handy but you can search em on the Internet. They are In Clearwater FL.

    Jack
     
  3. AAK

    AAK Member TECHNICAL Contributor

    135
    Feb 14, 2009
    Perry Hall , Md
    2000 38 Sundancer
    7.4 Horizon FWC
    Try these guys. They are awesome on information and prices. I had an old 1991 7.5KW Quicksilver that they helped me with numerous times. They just helped me on a Kohler 5E this week. Great customer service!!!!
    https://www.partsfortechs.com/asapcart/

    Al
     
  4. Keith the Cop

    Keith the Cop Member

    173
    Oct 13, 2009
    Long Island
    2000 400DB
    1989 340 Sundancer (Gone but not forgotten)
    3116 Cats
    Finally. For anyone who has one of those, use the old part # and it can be found in a Jabsco 2620. Part #6 in the diagram. $15 a pop
     
  5. Boat Tech

    Boat Tech Member

    325
    Jan 2, 2010
    Riverside, CA
    96 laveycraft 21 xt ski.
    Mercruiser 454 MPI, 385 HP w/Bravo 1 Drive.
    It looks like WARNER BOAT SALES IN COSTA MESA, CA UNITED STATES, 949-631-2810 11/24/2009 Has one left in stock still, 810574 OIL SEAL, And if not boatswain's locker in costa mesa,CA should be able to help you out for the next time you need something.
    http://www.boatswainslocker.com/home/
     
  6. tobnpr

    tobnpr New Member

    Nov 12, 2006
    New Port Richey, Florida
    1988 300 DA
    tw 350's w/ Alphas
    If it's just an oil seal gasket, couldn't you make one from sheet gasket material if you had to?
     
  7. Keith the Cop

    Keith the Cop Member

    173
    Oct 13, 2009
    Long Island
    2000 400DB
    1989 340 Sundancer (Gone but not forgotten)
    3116 Cats
    If life was only that easy. It has a stainless steel ring inside the gasket. I finally got them. The right seal for the right job. Size of a nickel but about 4x as thick. $15.00 of course...
     

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