Teague Now Offering Mercury Maintenance Kits!

Mercury Outboard Maintenance Kits provide everything you need in one box. No need to track down multiple parts, and value priced when purchased in the kit format. Teague Custom Marine only sells authentic Mercury brand parts and is a Platinum level Mercury Marine Dealer. Continue reading

Teague On Tech: Q & A with Bob Teague May/June 2020

As seen in Speedboat Magazine’s May/June 2020 Issue.

525SC Overheating at Idle

Dear Bob:
I have a ’97 Fountain 42 with three 525SCs. It has been parked and not run for two years. When I started one of the engines on a hose, after about ten minutes the temp gauge went up to 140 then dropped back down to below 100 and the overheat alarm started going off. I have replaced both the thermostat and sea water pump. Water pressure is normal (compared to the other two engines) while running. I also installed a gauge where the alarm sender is located in the intake manifold and verified the temp is around 190 there and the water is in fact cold around the thermostat. I am not sure where to look now.
Danny Barnett
Santa Fe, TX

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Yes, We Are Open and Operating at Teague Custom Marine

Yes We Are Open!

We at Teague Custom Marine want to assure you that we are here for you and are committed to the excellent customer service that you have come to expect, while prioritizing the safety and health of our employees. While our showroom is temporarily closed, we are still taking parts orders over the phone as well as online, and we are still working on boats and engines. We also have options for will-call part orders without physical contact, as we can coordinate the order and payment over the phone. We are pleased to keep our Teague Team employed and working, and do not anticipate any staff changes. Thank you for your continued support and your shared love for our boating community.

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Teague On Tech: Q & A with Bob Teague April 2020

As seen in Speedboat Magazine’s April 2020 Issue.

Dear Bob:
I’m plumbing a twin-engine power steering with pressure from both pumps. I have a return line question. If I run a single line thru the straight part of a tee to a second cooler then branch from tee to first cooler, will it show preference or overload second reservoir? Or should I turn the tee and branch and run 2 sort of equal length lines to coolers to better balance the flow? Or, should I run sealed reservoir caps with hose reservoir cap to reservoir cap to balance? I am wondering if a closed system will present problems. My experience is with Sea Star style hydraulic steering which is fairly basic. My new boat requires new knowledge.

Thanks for any info you may have.

Todd Buchanan Lake Isabella, MI

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