Suzuki Outboard Zincs & Anodes

Internal Engine Anodes 11281-94400 55321-87J10 Transom Bracket Power Trim Anodes 55321-94910 55320-94900 55321-87J00 55320-95311 41811-98500 Side Mounted Pocket Anodes 55321-90J01 55321-87J00 55300-95500 Trim Tab & Anti-Ventilation Plate Anodes 55125-90J01 55125-92J00 55125-93L00-0EP 55125-95500 55125-96310 55125-98J00 55125-98J10 41811-98500 55321-93900 Propeller Nut and Spooler Anodes 809662 809664 809660 FA523485

Suzuki Anodes How-To's

Boating Anodes

Tips for Servicing an Outboard Anode(Video)

A video presentation by Kevin Falvey on how to inspect and change your Suzuki outboard anodes on a 250 engine. ... read more



Video Transcript

Taking apart the shroud and callies that cover the mid-section of the pan. What we are looking at here is to change the zincs. Alright, the engine has zincs in the cylinder banks. The land and sea four strokes have zincs that you can’t see unless you take the shroud and callies off. See this one here. On the oil pan, the cover hides the zinc.

So you’ve got to look for these. You’ve got to change them and check them annually.

Now, one of the things you want to do is to pull a screw (Cylinder). At least you’d think. Once the screw’s off, calcium build up can be seen. See I can barely move it. I might be able to grab it, pry it off, is a temptation, then I would be scratching the protective coating the factory applied.

Here’s what I do. You’ll notice it is threaded inside. The screw bits into the housing, but not into the cover. Those threads allow the threads in the retaining screw to pass through. By using a bolt with bigger threads, and thread it into the cap, I can easily get the zinc off.

This zinc has had 150 hours of use. It doesn’t look too bad. But, because I’ve gone to all this work, I’m going to change it.

Changing your zinc’s annually, is cheap insurance. Get it done.

For boating, I’m Kevin Falvey.
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