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  1. Re: How to remove the Johnson Bubbleback Exhaust cover?

    I have gotten my "T" shirt more than once over the years for this broken bolt/screws snapped in engine blocks and always managed to get them removed, however this one kicked my behind!

    It done now...
  2. Re: How to remove the Johnson Bubbleback Exhaust cover?

    I received my used manual today ;)
    https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1952/31473618578_829abd1851.jpgIMG_20181015_181505 by , on Flickr
  3. Re: How to remove the Johnson Bubbleback Exhaust cover?

    Well, after receiving my New Gaskets for the exhaust manifold and exhaust cover-- I went to work on removing all the old gasket material from the mating surfaces-- boy was that gasket materials baked...
  4. Re: How to remove the Johnson Bubbleback Exhaust cover?

    I have a question please---

    what do you guys use to get those Front exhaust cover screws out with?

    I took mine screws out, however I can't seem to find the socket I used to remove them with, so...
  5. Re: Mercruiser 3.0 in bayliner 185 2005 noise, down on power

    Welcome Dan!
    I don't see a link to the video? and the noise--- could be many things-- low on power when under load--- could be an ignition component or components--- Timing--- valve issue---...
  6. Re: Seven 7 Marine outboard engines--- I really like them, however can't afford one

    Here is a pic of the other boat with the Mercury Verados---
    https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1967/44364432985_855fe87b05_b.jpg20150418_124617 by , on Flickr
    Me at the Helm and my Wife took this...
  7. Re: How to remove the Johnson Bubbleback Exhaust cover?

    Cool! I'm using high quality crimps and will shrink wrap my connections as I go along.

    I appreciate your input!
  8. Re: Seven 7 Marine outboard engines--- I really like them, however can't afford one

    "Mercury Verados" they were . I don't know why I put Evinrude Verados just one of those morning ��
  9. Re: I just picked up a used Johnson 110 VRO and need some professional advice

    I think there is a lot of confusion on the net about outboard compression minimum PSI # -- some years have different # depending on manufacturer-- brand-- ect
  10. Seven 7 Marine outboard engines--- I really like them, however can't afford one

    Seven 7 Marine outboard engine--- I really like them, however can't afford one. I want to know what your opinion is on this up and coming outboard product?

    I occasionally used to go to Pompano...
  11. Re: I just picked up a used Johnson 110 VRO and need some professional advice

    I just thought I would bring this back up--- I can't locate and compression minimum that I can find on the net, however I did read that these older V4s had low compression engines when new?? I don't...
  12. Re: How to remove the Johnson Bubbleback Exhaust cover?

    Now moving on to check out the wiring harness for obvious damage and repairs, as you can see in the pics below-- lots of deteriorating wire insulation--- corroded exposed wires--- corroded exposed...
  13. Re: How to remove the Johnson Bubbleback Exhaust cover?

    Thanks! I didn't do a professional job on this repair, however I did the best I could. I did think about just sealing up the hole--- but that one particular screw in that location does put clamping...
  14. Re: How to remove the Johnson Bubbleback Exhaust cover?

    Well, after a few choice words and lots of patience I finally ended up doing the repair! What you don't see is that I put a threaded coil in the hole and the screw went in with ease and lined up as...
  15. Re: How to remove the Johnson Bubbleback Exhaust cover?

    Same here-- I guess that sometimes the markings on a head of a bolt can be deceiving.
  16. Re: How to remove the Johnson Bubbleback Exhaust cover?

    I hope not---
  17. Re: How to remove the Johnson Bubbleback Exhaust cover?

    I believe the screw that snapped off is a Grade 8 --- so it's going to take some patience to get the remnants out of the block ...
  18. Re: 1989 johnson 110 hp working on carbs and removing vro

    Great! how's it going with your project?
  19. Re: How to remove the Johnson Bubbleback Exhaust cover?

    Thanks for the input! I will look at the prop pitch once I get the broken screw issue resolved
  20. Re: How to remove the Johnson Bubbleback Exhaust cover?

    yes, I agree and I have a good DVMM but the tach on the boat does not work so I will have to get one, but not until I get this dang screw out. The prop is an SS Raker brand, however I can't remember...
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