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Question Reputable websites from which to buy outboard parts?

Someone recently pulled a hit and run on my outboard and broke the stern bracket in half on the made-sometime-in-the-90s Nissan NS 8 outboard I inherited when I bought my boat. I need to replace it, but I cannot find any Nissan marine dealers in the Las Vegas area.

Specifically, this is the C-clamp like device that actually clamps to the stern bracket; Nissan calls it the same thing.

Can anyone recommend a good website from which to order outboard parts?

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Yeah, I tried 'em; no luck. Are stern brackets universal?
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defender.com and hamiltonmarine.com are both good sites too.
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if your still looking, drop me a note, with make, model & ser# and if you have the Nissan NS 8 part number so i can cross reference it, would help, but not needed, just more work for me.

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