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yamaha zincs...where to buy?

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Joined: 06/17/2004
Posts: 219
 posted 05/08/2005 10:10 AM  

Can anyone recommend a low cost supplier?

I need bar and trim zincs for my 1994 225 engines. thanks.

Joined: 05/28/2003
Posts: 3063
Location: Shinnecock
 posted 05/08/2005 12:11 PM  

lighthouse marine supply in Aquebogue. However, it'll probbaly cost you $20 round trip in gas to get there from bayport!!


Joined: 08/22/2001
Posts: 1283
Location: Boston
 posted 05/08/2005 12:17 PM  

i use susuki trim zincs on my 250's
6 bucks each verses 24 bucks each.
they're a tad smaller diameter but same bolt size.
the bar zincs are about 25 bucks each arround here.


Joined: 06/17/2004
Posts: 219
 posted 05/08/2005 05:26 PM zincs. creative, that sounds right up my alley. thanks.
Hope they fit. by the way, I meant to say skeg zincs, not trim zincs.

I'm surprised there isn't a major aftermarket company making all these zincs. or is there?

Joined: 08/25/2002
Posts: 45
Location: Mastic Beach
 posted 05/08/2005 05:56 PM  

Bossler and Sweezy in Bellport. They're on the South side of Montauk a couple of blocks west of Station Rd. They make they're own.

Joined: 06/17/2004
Posts: 219
 posted 05/08/2005 05:57 PM  

thanks, I'll check with them. they're not too far from me.


Joined: 08/09/2004
Posts: 2182
 posted 05/08/2005 07:58 PM  

I got mine in bargen bilge in patchogue.

Joined: 02/20/2001
Posts: 1507
Location: Bohemia
 posted 05/09/2005 01:15 PM  

Acurate Marine on Artic ave off Vets Hwy. in Bohemia.

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Joined: 06/17/2004
Posts: 219
 posted 05/09/2005 07:07 PM  

yeah, accurate marine has good prices. they didn't have any skeg zincs left for my engines. I bought new rigging hose there, they have anything you need to rig or repower. Repower pros.
If and when I repower, and I don't go suzukis, I might go with them.

Joined: 06/17/2004
Posts: 219
 posted 05/11/2005 08:26 AM  

without a doubt, the cheapest zincs are sold at Bossler and Sweezey in Bellport.
1/2 the price of yamaha dealers. The lower handle-bars were only $12 bucks!
B&S makes there own with molds. they look better than the factory ones.

Joined: 03/03/2002
Posts: 30
 posted 05/11/2005 08:54 PM  

Canada Metals makes zincs for a variety of engines, including Yamaha. Defender in Connecticut (or online carries them.
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