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    I recently bought a 1998 28 CC with 7.4's I have been cleaning all the raw water strainers and have had a problem finding the gasket that goes on top were wire basket pulls out. These are the type that have a swing away clamp with tighting bolt. Could not find manufacturer name on part. I can't seem to locate the type I have on the internet either.Can anyone guide me in right direction?

  • #2
    Try Groco:

    http://www.groco.net/catsvcman07.htm
    NIGHTHAWK
    2001 CC 28
    Yanmar 300's

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    • #3
      Thanks but they don't show any similar to mine>

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      • #4
        I use flat sheet gasket material & cut circles to replace them as they wear out...cheap & easy.


        Chris
        "Pelagic" 2006 Classic 32

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        • #5
          Mine are made by Sen-Dure

          Keep in mind that I have an 02 28 so this may not be the same.

          Says Sen-Dure on the cylindrical housing that the sea water strainer slips into. A couple of years ago I looked them up on-line. I think it is www.sen-dure.com

          When I called the manufacturer directly, they were nice enough to send a dozen for free. My notes indicate a part number of the gasket as 838977-7.
          Bullish
          2002 28
          Volvo Kamd 44p's

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          • #6
            Just read your description of strainer again

            Sounds exactly like mine. I'm far from my boat but post a pic if you want me to confirm that it is the same.
            Bullish
            2002 28
            Volvo Kamd 44p's

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            • #7
              Thanks Bullish, I believe that is it. I am five hours from boat so picture will be later.

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