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Then its: the thru hull bearing (cutless or whatever) , damage to the hull at the strut attachment points.
This reinforces our oft voiced
Very strange! My parts book shows that model engine as having two adjustable needle valves but obviously as you've stated above (and the pictures), it
Put in lake today and it would not run unless choke handle was up??
If you're speaking of a lever one raises to increase the rpms... that's
To be clear I have no serial # on my engine, and don't know year. In one of the later posts I posted compression specs: 64 psi plus/minus 14 @600rpm.
If you are encountering electrolysis on that engine (it was not manufactured with zincs), be aware that zincs are manufactured that have screws going