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OIL SEAL 09282-24003

Satisfaction rating 5 out of 5 (3 Ratings)
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  • This is an OEM part manufactured by Suzuki Marine
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3 Product Reviews

suzuki DF250

Repair Difficulty
Repair Time
More than 4 hours

Problem fixed: A hole in the cylinder head gasket.

Disassembling the entire engine, sorting individual parts into groups. Inspection and test of the cylinder head and cylinder block. Grinding of the same details. Reverse assembly and alignment of entire engine, replacement of all individual consumables and parts. The last stage is starting and igniting the engine itself.

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Suzuki DT115

Repair Difficulty
Repair Time
More than 4 hours
Thank you to the team at Crowley Marine. I placed an order for parts for 1998 Suzuki 115HP 2 stroke on 2nd March. Some of the order had to be back ordered and took about 3 weeks to arrive at Crowleys. The parts arrived at my home in Australia on 22nd April. Over all, my experience with Crowley Marine was excellent. Andy replied promptly to my emails when I had concerns about the time taken to get the parts in. The parcel arrived in good conditions and the parts were the correct ones for my job. The price I had to pay was a much better option than any I was able to find in Australia. The idea of sourcing parts direct from the US has been something of a new experience for me and it was reassuring to check out Crowleys business on Google Earth. To see the business surrounded by boats and situated beside a small lake that appeared to be designed for testing or displaying boats certainly convinced me that this business was legitimate. Thanks guys for your help. Rob Carter

Problem fixed: Wanted to change the length of the lower unit from 25 inch to 20 inch to fit a different boat.

Basically had to completely strip the lower unit and fit a 20 inch drive shaft and a different water tube and modify the length of the clutch shaft. Then had to clean and reassemble with new seals, o rings gaskets etc. There was also a crack in the casing where the propeller shaft assembly enters the housing. This seems to be a common occurrence with this model. Welding up the crank is not a satisfactory remedy as the crack will soon reappear beside the weld. What I am trying, is to drill about 3 holes along the crack line and then filling the crack and the holes with Devcon both inside and outside the housing. On refitting the prop shaft assembly to the housing I have covered the surface between the housing and the prop assembly with Sikoflex to prevent water from entering this space so hopefully preventing corrosion from occurring here as this was the cause of the original crack. This crack only impacts the area where the exhaust exits and doesn't compromise the area which houses the gearbox.

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