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Old 09-17-2011, 10:12 AM
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LT-1 items 1996 PS 190

New to me, 480hr 1996 Prostar 190 LT-1. I am just trying to get my maintenance items together. I have gathered bits of info from other threads someone please confirm I am correct on these replacement items for the 96 LT-1:

Oil-synthetic 20w-50 (boat runs in Minnesota waters)
Spark plugs- AC MR43LTS gap (.045?????)
Fuel Filter- AC GF-626
Oil Filter- ????????????????

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Old 09-17-2011, 10:21 AM
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Oil Filter – WIX 51061

Fuel Filer – WIX 33481

Fuel Filter (on tank) – WIX 33003(clear plastic) or 33482(metal)

Edit: And yes, AC MR43LTS @ .045"

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Old 09-17-2011, 12:40 PM
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should not have to do much... change the oil. and fuel filters.
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Old 09-17-2011, 01:32 PM
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I usually spare no expense when it comes to my boat, but I do cheap out on the oil. I just run a good quality 20W50 petroleum based oil and change it out about every 50 hours.
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OIL FILTER: Factory installed is a Penzoil P23, Afta market brands, AC Delco PF-454 and a Fram PH-13 or PH-30 will work.
SPARK PLUGS: AC Delco MR43LTS (gapped to .040")
FUEL FILTERS: AC Delco 25171391 (pump inlet side)
89058397 (pump outlet side)
IGNITION WIRES: Call Inboard Online @ (877) 327-7175 and order part numbers 556010A (odd bank) and 556010B (even bank)
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Old 09-18-2011, 11:56 AM
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15W40 diesel oil is more than acceptable as well.
Napa Wix 51069 or 1069 oil filter.
What is the 51061? A larger filter?
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Old 09-18-2011, 01:16 PM
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What is the 51061? A larger filter?
Yes, it is longer.
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Yes, it is longer.
Damn, just bought a 1069 today.
Oh well, only got 25hrs on the boat this yr anyway, don't need a better filter.
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