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Mercury Outboard Parts by Year / Model Number

Mercury Outboard Serial Number Guide

Mercury outboard engines have a serial number tag that is located on the swivel bracket (port or starboard); or, check the instruction plate, located between the thumb screws above the steering tube. The top number on the plate is the serial number, and the number directly beneath it is the four-digit year of manufacture.
Boats.net is one of the largest Mercury Outboard Parts retailers in the U.S. We offer discounts of 15% to 80% off retail on Mercury Outboard Parts just as you've come to expect from us. Mercury is known as one of the world's leading manufacturers of propulsion engines and outboard motors, and has been among the best in the industry since 1939. They make some of the best outboard motors in the industry, making Mercury outboard parts easy to find and a popular purchase for our boaters. Boats.net is committed to providing the Mercury outboard parts you need with the service you expect. We have made it easy and convenient to search for parts using our Mercury outboard parts lookup. Once you choose the discount Mercury outboard parts catalog needed, you will select the year and model number. After locating the component, a Mercury outboard parts diagram will display allowing you to locate and purchase discount Mercury outboard parts.

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Mercury Outboard Serial Number Guide

Mercury outboard engines have a serial number tag that is located on the swivel bracket (port or starboard); or, check the instruction plate, located between the thumb screws above the steering tube. The top number on the plate is the serial number, and the number directly beneath it is the four-digit year of manufacture.