Points and Condenser

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Points and Condenser

Postby cusoak » Wed Oct 02, 2013 4:54 am

Hi. I am looking for new or nib points and condenser for my 61 merc 45 hp.
The original numbers are 393-1504A6 points and 394-1130.condenser
Would there be any outlets for new items.

Also what is the email to send the pictures to for gathering.
Jeff

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Re: Points and Condenser

Postby red » Wed Oct 02, 2013 5:23 am

NAPA sells them and you can get most other parts you'll need for it carb kit ect...

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Re: Points and Condenser

Postby vupilot » Wed Oct 02, 2013 6:34 am

For the Gathering pictures to send to John at Glen-L here is the info from his earlier post about getting the pictures to him...

"(John@Glen-L.com) or if it's easier just load them all onto a CD and mail them to me, I'll compile them all into one grand G6 photo gallery. Be sure to let me know who took the photos so that we can properly attribute them."

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Re: Points and Condenser

Postby matt167 » Wed Oct 02, 2013 10:34 am

393-1504A are NLA and Sierra discontinued their part number for them some time ago also. They pop up on Ebay from time to time typically for between $30-100. Oldmercs has them but get $120 for them. You can use any revision of 393-1504A. A11 was the most current but A4, A5 and A6 are the most common to find
Typically, they only need polished

The condensor P/N superseeded to 394-1130A1 and also crosses with Sierra 18-5169. Both condensors are available, and Napa does carry Sierra parts

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Re: Points and Condenser

Postby galamb » Wed Oct 02, 2013 11:46 am

You can also try www.laingsoutboards.com (they are in the Buffalo NY area).

Have excellent selection of stock for many vintage motors. Have dealt with them myself on many occasions and if they don't have something in particular they often times can point you to who does...
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Re: Points and Condenser

Postby cusoak » Thu Oct 03, 2013 4:45 am

I found a set of NOS points on ebay the same number that is in my parts list for the 400 Merc.
They were $69.00
Jeff


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