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Online outboard repair information?
|Author||Topic: Online outboard repair information?|
posted 07-28-2003 08:37 PM ET (US)
I am looking for a web site that has information on engine repair. Like an online manual. Does a site like this exist? I am looking for Johnson information in particular.
posted 07-28-2003 08:49 PM ET (US)
Forget it, just go to your local Johnson dealer & have him order you a shop manual for your particular engine.
Theres no such site that i'm aware of.
The manual will cost you about $30.00 but takes in everything.
|Jamie 20 outrage||
posted 07-28-2003 08:54 PM ET (US)
Sal is right, but
might be better than a manual. The forums there are very professional. But even they will probably refer to certain procedures that the manual will assist you in performing. Try it, I like it.
posted 07-28-2003 09:34 PM ET (US)
Jamie I tried to find Boatsetup.com and come up with a page cannot be found message. Is the spelling correct?
posted 07-28-2003 09:39 PM ET (US)
Sal I will order the manual tomorrow. I like the idea of having a forum about motors etc. I am a novice with outboard mechanics and would like to learn more.
|Jamie 20 outrage||
posted 07-28-2003 09:44 PM ET (US)
Did you try
with no spaces? After you get there, it takes a while to find the 12 forums, but once you do save it to your favorites and skip all the other stuff.
posted 07-28-2003 09:47 PM ET (US)
Offshore, the manual has pictures & tells you which tools you need to get.
I doubt you will get every bit of info needed from someone else on another site.
posted 07-28-2003 11:10 PM ET (US)
Jamie, I found the site looks interesting Thanks,
Sal, Thanks for the heads up!
posted 07-28-2003 11:18 PM ET (US)
Get the manual. Anyone who works on an outboard without one has a fool for a mechanic.
Best advice on the net is on iboats.com.
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