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PostPosted: Wed Feb 20, 2019 6:18 pm    Post subject: 582 starter stud O-rings Reply with quote

Going through the 582 on my MKIII, doing one of those REALLY SERIOUS annuals, needed to replace all the O-rings that fit on the starter studs to shock mount it to the starter cover plate.

Rotax is proud of those little puds, replacing all of them will run you about $100.

Went down to the local industrial supply place and showed them a printout of the Rotax part sheet, he quickly figured out how the Metric sizing worked and was able to order me some new (American) Metric O-rings; with shipping it came to $50.28 delivered to the house. They fit perfectly.

Food for thought.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 20, 2019 7:41 pm    Post subject: 582 starter stud O-rings Reply with quote

Richard- Along the same line, a few years ago a friend needed to replace a U-joint on the stern drive of his boat. The dealer wanted $120 for the complete assembly. I looked at it for him, and found that it was a standard 1100 series Spicer Journal assembly. I think it was $14 at the time, and took us an hour to install. A lot of these exotically expensive parts are commonly available, if you care to look.

Bill Sullivan
Tarboro, NC

Date: Wednesday, February 20, 2019, 9:18 PM


Pike"

Went down to the local industrial
supply place and showed them a printout of the Rotax part
sheet, he quickly figured out how the Metric sizing worked
and was able to order me some new (American) Metric O-rings;
with shipping it came to $50.28 delivered to the house. They
fit perfectly.


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2019 3:19 pm    Post subject: 582 starter stud O-rings Reply with quote

Richard and anyone else with a 582, For what it's worth McMaster Carr has those o-rings for about $48 plus shipping. The difference is that's for 20 ship sets. Add $8 for shipping (o-rings ship in an envelope) and you and nine buddies could do the starter set for $5.60 each. Since they last 15 years if you have six buddies chip in you could do the o-rings every 5 years and have a few of each size left over for spares.Same kind of deal for 912 intake o-rings. About $10 for 50 from McMC or $15 EACH from Rotax.
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  Richard- Along the same line, a few years ago a friend needed to replace a U-joint on the stern drive of his boat.  The dealer wanted $120 for the complete assembly.  I looked at it for him, and found that it was a standard 1100 series Spicer Journal assembly.  I think it was $14 at the time, and took us an hour to install.  A lot of these exotically expensive parts are commonly available, if you care to look.

                                                       Bill Sullivan
                                                       Tarboro, NC

 Date: Wednesday, February 20, 2019, 9:18 PM

 --> Kolb-List message posted by: "Richard
 Pike"

 Went down to the local industrial
 supply place and showed them a printout of the Rotax part
 sheet, he quickly figured out how the Metric sizing worked
 and was able to order me some new (American) Metric O-rings;
 with shipping it came to $50.28 delivered to the house. They
 fit perfectly.










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PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2019 3:32 pm    Post subject: 582 starter stud O-rings Reply with quote

That should have been you and eighteen buddies. That's based on the 6 x 3 o-ring coming in packs of 100 and all the others in packs of 50. Sorry about that, I was thinking of least waste of the packs of 50.

Rick
PS if you need the 62 x 1.5 starter body o-ring they're $16.50 for 20 vs $11.38 (part no 850500) EACH from Rotax and you need 2.
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Richard and anyone else with a 582, For what it's worth McMaster Carr has those o-rings for about $48 plus shipping. The difference is that's for 20 ship sets. Add $8 for shipping (o-rings ship in an envelope) and you and nine buddies could do the starter set for $5.60 each. Since they last 15 years if you have six buddies chip in you could do the o-rings every 5 years and have a few of each size left over for spares.Same kind of deal for 912 intake o-rings. About $10 for 50 from McMC or $15 EACH from Rotax.
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--> Kolb-List message posted by: william sullivan <williamtsullivan(at)att.net (williamtsullivan(at)att.net)>

  Richard- Along the same line, a few years ago a friend needed to replace a U-joint on the stern drive of his boat.  The dealer wanted $120 for the complete assembly.  I looked at it for him, and found that it was a standard 1100 series Spicer Journal assembly.  I think it was $14 at the time, and took us an hour to install.  A lot of these exotically expensive parts are commonly available, if you care to look.

                                                       Bill Sullivan
                                                       Tarboro, NC

 Date: Wednesday, February 20, 2019, 9:18 PM

 --> Kolb-List message posted by: "Richard
 Pike"

 Went down to the local industrial
 supply place and showed them a printout of the Rotax part
 sheet, he quickly figured out how the Metric sizing worked
 and was able to order me some new (American) Metric O-rings;
 with shipping it came to $50.28 delivered to the house. They
 fit perfectly.










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PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2019 4:23 pm    Post subject: 582 starter stud O-rings Reply with quote

Most towns of 30k plus have Cork, rubber and gasket locations and have all sizes of O rings...

I bought all of the bearings to build a c box from a bearing store..std bearings and seals...The pn's are listed at CPS under gear box parts for one example...

http://www.bgrubber.com/

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Richard and anyone else with a 582, For what it's worth McMaster Carr has those o-rings for about $48 plus shipping. The difference is that's for 20 ship sets. Add $8 for shipping (o-rings ship in an envelope) and you and nine buddies could do the starter set for $5.60 each. Since they last 15 years if you have six buddies chip in you could do the o-rings every 5 years and have a few of each size left over for spares.

Same kind of deal for 912 intake o-rings. About $10 for 50 from McMC or $15 EACH from Rotax.

Rick Girard


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Richard- Along the same line, a few years ago a friend needed to replace a U-joint on the stern drive of his boat. The dealer wanted $120 for the complete assembly. I looked at it for him, and found that it was a standard 1100 series Spicer Journal assembly. I think it was $14 at the time, and took us an hour to install. A lot of these exotically expensive parts are commonly available, if you care to look.



Bill Sullivan

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Date: Wednesday, February 20, 2019, 9:18 PM



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Pike"



Went down to the local industrial

supply place and showed them a printout of the Rotax part

sheet, he quickly figured out how the Metric sizing worked

and was able to order me some new (American) Metric O-rings;

with shipping it came to $50.28 delivered to the house. They

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