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    Re: 1969 Johnson 9.5

    Ha! You guys are a blast! When Racer and Gator and Pappy all retire....I'm probably gonna "hang up" this stupid cell phone and start watching McGyver reruns. I like Gunsmoke and Adam 12 too.
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    Re: 1969 Johnson 9.5

    See if he will let you do a compression test when you get there. Bring a 13/16" plug socket or box end. Remove both plugs. The auto parts store will let you borrow a compression gauge. Why? You gotta...
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    Re: 1969 Johnson 9.5

    Very well stated, gentlemen. There is very good guidance "out there", and right here on the forum, for those wanting to learn. Honestly, if these motors are simply cared for properly, they will last...
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    Re: 1969 Johnson 9.5

    Here is the link to that 6 hp. I think the other link (above) might work now too. Here is how you want it to run. This is a very healthy motor 1976 model. Overhauled 15 years ago, then the powerhead...
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    Re: 1969 Johnson 9.5

    That's for sure, tons of information, based on experience and fact.
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    Re: 1969 Johnson 9.5

    Well, as the hp ratings suggest, about a 35 percent increase in power, with the 9.5. How much is the 6 hp $? Do a compression test as suggested, if possible. Max comp after 5 brisk pulls with both...
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    Re: 1969 Johnson 9.5

    The 9.5's we're not as strong as it's predecessor, the 10hp.I really like the features of the 9.5, however, for river and shallow fishing. They can have motor mounts and seal problems, also coils...
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