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Old 01-23-2012, 01:35 PM   #1
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hey guys, needing some help on my boat project, replaceing the block on my 85' sea ray I'm looking for either a 2 pice rear main 350 that will cleane up standard, or a drive coupler for a mercruiser alpha 1 in a 1 pice rear main bolt pattern. i have a good 1 pice block and crank if need be. gotta have her running by july lol. thank y'all for any info or advice
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I have a Bow Tie block that is for a one piece seal with an adapter and a two piece seal and crank. What ever mine is it leaks, but by now there are better ones.

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