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Hi Iam looking for parts for my Regal Rush Xp 120 Sport Jet

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Hi
Iam looking for parts for my Regal Rush Xp 120 Sport Jet 95/96 or a recon engin.
I need to rebore the cylinders is there any specific pistons that I need.
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Boat
Expert:  Andy replied 6 years ago.

These pistons are no longer available through Mercury, but you can find them aftermarket through wiseco.

 

http://www.seilermarine.com/wiseco/mercjet.htm

 

http://www.wiseco.com/Catalogs/Marine/Mercury.pdf

 

 

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Experience: Owner & technician of AJ's Mobile Marine. Been in marine repair since 1997.
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Customer: replied 6 years ago.

Which will be the best supplier to purchase these parts from:

 

Piston Assy 0.20" oversize

3151P2

Head gasket

27-824615

Exuhaust Manifold gasket

27-819711-2

Base Gasket

27-8237002

Little end bearing

W5216

Big end bearing

31-62596A2

Upper bearing

30-F284659-2

Center main bearing

31-819193

Lowermain bearing

31-818050A3

Con Rod

600-818052-A6

Crank seals

F316579

 

 

Expert:  Andy replied 6 years ago.

Seiler Marine, or any Wiseco dealer can supply you with the Wiseco part numbers: 3151P2, W5216. Also, you can try a Mercury dealer for the other parts. Try some of these online dealers:

 

http://www.obrparts.com/RedRhino.asp

 

http://www.mercruiserparts.com/mercruiser_parts.asp

 

http://www.dougrussell.com/partscatalog/collections/index.cfm?fuseaction=collectdetails&colid=13

 

Expert:  Jeremy R. replied 6 years ago.
www.boats.net is the cheapest around

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