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Registered: ‎07-23-2015

looking for collar zinc info on g2 300hp

I have an 2017 Evinrude G2 300hp outboard.  I found the BRP part number (0359580) on the streamlined collar zinc that goes on the crossbar between the two cylinder pistons.   On-line searches have not yielded anyone selling it or even a cross reference to the many brands of zinc anodes out there.  These streamlined collar zinces come in 1/8 increments in the shaft size.  Does anyone know what size that crossbar between the two cylinder pistions is?   or does anyone have the proper BRP part number that i can use to order or crossreference to an aftermarket zinc?  FYI - i can't just go measure mine because the boat is in winter storage until may 1st.  I'm gathering my supplies so i can get back on the water as soon as i get the boat out of storage.





Posts: 175
Registered: ‎09-12-2016

Re: looking for collar zinc info on g2 300hp

Probably need to contact a dealer. What happened to the original one?

Posts: 7,494
Registered: ‎07-14-2011

Re: looking for collar zinc info on g2 300hp

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The zinc anode is inexpensive -  only around $13.


Yours is new now and will last for quite a while. Why worry about something aftermarket that may or may not be as effective as the OEM version?


Just buy one from your dealer.






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