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Jettyman posted 10-30-2008 01:11 PM ET (US)   Profile for Jettyman   Send Email to Jettyman  
Just bought a classic 13 equipped with a 94 40 Evinrude short shaft w/remote controls - I'm looking to trade my motor along with steering system (Wheel, teleflex, bracket) and controls for an 18-25 tiller short shaft.

Would like motor to be 94 or newer and preferabbly a 4stroke (doesn't hurt to ask)

I'm in South Jersey

cheramy posted 10-30-2008 07:14 PM ET (US)     Profile for cheramy  Send Email to cheramy     
I know this doesn't meet all your requirments but, I have a 30 hp 1996 Nissan long shaft tiller steer. Not loking for the trade though. Let me know. Thanks.
Jettyman posted 10-31-2008 07:58 AM ET (US)     Profile for Jettyman  Send Email to Jettyman     
Where are you located and what condition is the motor in?
cheramy posted 10-31-2008 10:23 PM ET (US)     Profile for cheramy  Send Email to cheramy     
I'm located on Long Island. The motor runs great. Starts on the first crank. Comes with 2 props and other extras. Anything else just let me know.
cheramy posted 10-31-2008 10:25 PM ET (US)     Profile for cheramy  Send Email to cheramy     
Forgot to add the motor is in good condition- no corrosion or any other expensive damage. There are a few minor paint scratches in the cowling- the boat is twelve years old. Other than that, its in great condition.
pglein posted 11-03-2008 03:36 PM ET (US)     Profile for pglein  Send Email to pglein     
Not quite what you're looking for either, but I've got a '99 2-stroke Yamaha 30hp long shaft (20"). It's not tiller steer, but this engine can be easily converted to tiller steer. I believe you just have to buy the Handle Steering Assembly (Part #6J8-W0084-10-4D) to convert it. It is listed here for $200

It's electric start with a backup pull-start under the cowling. You wouldn't want to have to use the pull-starter, so you'd probably want to install some sort of push-button system, or use the controls that I have for just the starter. I wouldn't need your steering assembly, except for perhaps the stand-off bracket, which I'm assuming you have. I have my custom jackplate that lifts the engine to the proper height above my 15" transom, which you could have.

My engine is in near-perfect condition, so I'd only be interested if yours is as well. I'd need to see pictures. Short shaft 40hp's are hard to come by, especially in good condition.

And then there's the shipping issue. We might spend more in combined shipping across the country (I'm in Seattle), than the engines are worth. But it might be worth considering.

email me at

cheramy posted 11-03-2008 06:33 PM ET (US)     Profile for cheramy  Send Email to cheramy     
Just to add- the engine is electric start with pull cord back up. Doel-fin, and skeg guard. Pictures are available.
Jettyman posted 11-05-2008 08:07 PM ET (US)     Profile for Jettyman  Send Email to Jettyman     
The motor runs strong - Under the cowl is very clean, but the cowl has some scratches and the lower unit looks pretty rough. May be a hard trade for me because of the cosmetic condition -
John from Madison CT posted 11-06-2008 03:08 PM ET (US)     Profile for John from Madison CT  Send Email to John from Madison CT     
Jettyman: If you want to sell her straight up,drop me an email:



boatsaver posted 11-07-2008 08:25 PM ET (US)     Profile for boatsaver  Send Email to boatsaver     
Are you looking for a 25 hp. short shaft tller motor with pull start?
Jettyman posted 11-07-2008 08:47 PM ET (US)     Profile for Jettyman  Send Email to Jettyman     
Yes I'm looking for a 25hp w/pull start - What do you have?

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