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How can I figure out my year on my mariner outboard?

I have an older mariner on my boat that ruins good, but i need a longer shaft in order to make it just right. I believe its an 8hp Mariner 2 Stroke.

I found the serial - 0G188318

Trouble is, I can't seem to find this serial range on any sites..Anyone have any advice?

Many thanks!!!


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It appears to fit within this range:

8 0D281000 THRU 0G760299 Mercury Mariner Outboard Parts
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you're gentleman and a scholar! Im not sure why on earth I was blinded to realizing that...

In any event, can you offer any advice on where to find a longer shaft?
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