Craftsman 298.585130 Specifications

MODELNO.
298.585130
• owner's
responsibility
• maintenance
,_ operation
• trouble
shooting
,= replacement
paris
Publication
No.
970-35118-203
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SPECIFICATIONS
OWNER'S
.........................................
RESPONSIBILITY
STEERING
HANDLE
MAINTENANCE
LUBRIC'_kTION
MUFFLER
4
...............
..........
STORAGE
4
4
,............
........................
4
..................................
4
............................................
MOUNTING
STEERING
ENGINE
STARTING
S
................
. .....................
ADJUSTMENT
2-CYCLE
FUEL
MIXTURE
PROCEDURES
FLOODING
6
-
6
...........
.....................
6
IGNITION
7
ADJUSTMENTS
PROPELLER
SHEAR
PIN
SYSTEM
REMOVING
"
..........
• ......
7
. ................
7
.....................................
MOTOR
WATER
FROM
BOAT
OPERATIONS
SHOOTING
8
..........................
8
..............................
CHECK
_R EPLACEMENT
PARTS
• ORDERING
PROCEDURES
PRODUCT
5
.........................
...........................................
CARBURETOR
TROUBLE
5
................................
PROCEDURES
STOPPING
SALT
2
INSTALLATION
INSPECTION
'OPERATIONS
I
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, .........................................
GEAR
HOUSING
PROLONGED
BOAT
Pag,,No.
LIST
8
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9
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; .................
WARRANTY
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Outside
Back
I0
Cover
Outside
Back
Cover
Cooled
2-Cycte
SPECIFICATION
Type of Engine
Horsepower
Maximum
Weight
...........................
RPM
1.2
....................................
. ,................
Bore and Stroke
Fuel Capacity-Engine
(22 cc)
Tank
....
Igmtlon
..............................
Spark Plug
...................
Plug Gap Setting
(Engine)
Bearings
(Gear
........
13-1/2
(30 mm x 30 mm)
.............
Bearings
7500
(6 kg)
...........
D_splacement
Spark
Air
........................................
....
1.19"
...............
(0.7 liters)
3/4 qt.
Flywheel
(0.6 ram)
.................
Lub.
Ball
.......................
Ball & Oilite
Bronze
Recoil
Dia. and Pitch
(Gear Hsg.)
Fuel M_xture
lubricant
Steering
RCJ-8
025"
Staster
Propeller
Magneto
Champion
....................................
Hsg.)
x t.19"
1.39 cu.in.
..............
"_ ...........
.......
Lbs. Approx.
......
(150 mm
x 72 ram)
5-29/32"
.................................
. . . 50 to 1 ratio of regular
or its equivalent
BIA certified
................................
x 2-13/16"
SAE 90
grade gasoline
TC-W 2-cycte
to 2-cycle outboard
outboard
lubricant.
130 ° Pivot
Steering
IMPORTANT
Owner's
Responsibility
BE SURE TO READ
OPERATING
and
Operating
Safety
Check
List
AND DO THE. FOLLOWING
BEFORE
YOUR OUTBOARD
MOTOR
SAFETY CHECK LIST
I.
Learn
ities.
2.
U,S. Coast Guard
a.
b,
and
observe
the
boating
regulations
Jaws of the U.S,
require
Coast,
Guard,
state,
local
author-
the following:
Provide an approved life-vest, type 1,2 or 3, Personal Flotation
Device for each
person in boat.
(Encourage passengers to wear them.)
If the boat exceeds 16 feat, also carry e type 4, throwable
Personal Flotation
Device.
3.
Do not
material.
4.
When loading
boat distribute
the load evenly, keep the load low; don't
overload;
don't stand in a small boat. Take weather and water conditions into account.
5.
Do
not
Standing,
OWNER'S
fill fuel
permit
tank
with
persons
bow riding
motor
running
to ride on parts
and seat back
or near any
of the
or gunwale
boat
riding
flame
or lighted
not designed
can be especially
for
smoking
such use.
dangerous.
RESPONSIBILITY
6.
Read owner's
7.
.
8.
Before starting, make sure your motor
is securely mounted
to boat transom with a
safety chain. Tighten clamp stud handles securely by hand.
Be sure to have pliers, screwdriver,
spare spark plugs, wrench, shear pins and cotter
pins in boat whenever leaving shore.
Be sure to have an adequate supply of fuel (carry only in an approved container)
on
b_ard,
Use a good grade of regular gasoline with proper mixture, as cdted in the
SpeciHcations.
Occasionally
check to be sure clamp stud handles on transom mounting
bracket are
tight.
IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY,
THE
ENGINE
CAN BE STOPPED
BY DEPRESSING THE STOP BUTTON
(IF SO EQUIPPED)
OR PLACING
CHOKE
KNOB IN
FULL CHOKE
POSITION.
Keep an alert lookout.
Serious accidents
have resulted from failure to u_e eyes,
Keep firefighting
and lifesaving equipment
in good condition
and readily accessible
at all t_mes.
g.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14,
Good housekeeping
ishes the probab)tity
TIPS FOR
15.
manual
before
running
your
new outboard
is even more important
afloat
of fire and tripping hazards,
TRAILERING
OR AUXILIARY
motor.
than ashore.
Cleanliness
dimin-
USE
When launching or loading boat on a trailer, place your outboard
motor
in the
tilted storage position.
Also when trailering
your boat and outboard
motor,
keep
outboard
motor
in upright
(vertical)
position
on the boat transom.
Outboard
motors
transported
across rough roads in the "tilt"
position could cause transom.
damage or mounting
brackets to break off, losing your motor.
If motor must be
trailered
in "tilt"
position, a short length of 2 x 4 should be placed between the
motor bracket and the motor
leg. The motor leg should then be firmly tied down
against the 2 x 4 to prevent any possible damage,
Similar precautions should be
taken if using the motor as an auxiliary
power source for a sailboat or power boat.
When using motor as an auxiliary power
position
motor bracket is recommended.
source, the
use of an auxiliary
adjustable
2
MAJOR PARTS
/
PowerHeed
Spark Plug
-Fuel Filler Cap
and Air Venl Screw
Slarter Handle
Throllle Conlrol Lever
Fuel Shul-oflVatve
Sleeting Handle
Fuel SedimentBow[
and Filter
Idenlilicalion
Plale
Tilt Pin Adjustment
TransomBracket
ClampSludHandles
MufflerPipe
ExheuslOullel
CoUerPin
\
Drive Shall Pipe
CavilaUonPlate
Fill and Drain Plug
GearHousing
Propeller
Figure
Figure
3
2
1
Figure 3
INTENANCE
! FEATURE
This
INFORMATION
outboard
motor
has
special
design
features as shown in Figure 1;
Your selection
of our Marine Products will
!provide
you with many hours of enjoyable
iboating.
To
(6)
before going afloat.
Acquaint yourself with
]the particular
areas of operation
on your
ioutboard
motor as you read the step-by-step
_procedures.
Keep _n" mind maximum
performance
is achieved only when the owner
or operator
is completely
familiar with the
operating instructions.
Periodic
servicing will
be required.
It is
C°
HANDLE
INSTALLATION
move snap pin and washer 5 from,
dle, screw handle mounting
bolt
LUBRICATION--GEAR
mounting
Remove
drain
insert nozzle
into hole.
(3)
Squeeze tube untii
out around tube.
(4)
Replace plug and washe(.
Be sure piug
is tightened securely.
To achieve complete
drainage of-_ubrJ-
(5)
plug and washer,
of gear lubricant
chamber of
will prevent
b.
cant, remove cotter pin, propeller
shear pin from
propeller
shaft,
gear housing
bolts.
cover
by
and
also,
unscrewing
2
propeller
shaft
30 to 60 days.
INSPECTION
by uncarbon
the cylinder,
Excessive carbon
drawing
the maximum
power
ou't of the engine.
Care should
be
{See Figure 3).
exercised
while
cleaning
5.
PROLONGED
a.
To store your outboard
motor
for prolonged
storage,
prepare
outboard
as follows;
(I)
See paragraph on stopping procedures.
(2)
When removing outboard
motor
from
boat,
allow all water
to drain from
unit.
(3)
The
outboard
motor
should
be
mounled
on a stand vertically with
power head up for storage.
(4)
Pull starter handle slowly
untd resistance is felt due to compression
pressure, then stop. Release starter tension
slowly
to prevent
engine from
reversing
rotation
due
to
comoression
pressure.
This position will close both
the
intake
and
exhaust
ports
for
(5)
STORAGE
storage.
Drain and fill gear housing as outlined
under Lubrication
of Gear Housing.
(6)
Wipe
exterior
completely
with
fresh
water cloth and then apply light coating of oil.
b. When starting
a new season, always use fresh
gasoline.
Last year's
gasoline
may have
varnish
deposits
that wil} plug the carburetor
haul.
then
tube
is forced
lubricate
grease every
housing
away carbon
to prevent
scratches to the
surface of the engine components
and dropping carbon inside of crankcase.
c.
lubricant
drained,
build-up inside the muffler
inlet and outlet,
the
exhaust
port
end
the
combustion
HOUSING
(2)
results,
Perlod_calI¥
remove
muffler
cover
screwing
screws
and inspect
for
and
The Gear Housing has been pre-lubricated
at
the factory; however,
the grease level should
be checked as follows
using SAE 90 outboard motor grease. (See Figure 2).
(1)
Prior to initial operation,
(2)
After first four (4) hours of use.
(3)
Recheck
after every fifty
(50) hours
running time.
(4)
Replace with new lubricant at the end
of your outboard
motor
season.
This
is =mportant.
as it removes any water
from the gear housing and prevents
I
[
possible corrosion to internal parts.
! To Check, Drain or Fill gear housing,
follow
these steps:
(1)
Position outboard
motor upright.
lithium
MUFFLER
.ste.ering
in joint
bolt
best
with
a.
e holder and stop steenng handle, Then push
;_ove at tip of steering handle against handle
pper.
it washer 5 in over handle
iert snap loin.
For
4.
recommended
that you consult your Sears
Service
Center when
service is necessary.
We wilt be happy to extend our facilities
and assure prompt service.
STEERING
has completely
reptape parts
and refill
gear
using filling procedure
above,
assure your conll01e_te satisfac-
i_ion on the investment
you have just made,
iwe ask you to read this manual
thoroughly
When lubricant
jets.
To plan for
mend
Vou
thus
requiring
a complete
over-
the coming
season, we recomcontact
your
Sears
Service
Center before the new season
repair work required.
for any service
JPI'HA[ IL1N
,.
BOAT
MOUNTING
Mount
the motor on the center
transom
(stern).
(See Ftgure4).
of the boat
CAUTION
Hand t_ghten clamp bracket
clamp stud
handles
stmultaneously.
Do not use a
wrench
or any other device
that would
cause damage
to brackets.
Occasionally
check to be sure lamp stud bandies on
transom
mounting
bracket
are
tight.
(See Figure 5)
To obtain
thp best performance
from
your
outboard,
the following
boat transom
specifrcations
are recommended:
(See Figure 4).
Transom Angle (See View 3):
.........
t 2 to 15 degrees
Transom
Height (See View4):
.............
20 inches
The angle of the motor
column
is easily
adjusted
bv removing
the Hitch
Pin and
changing
the Tilt
Lock Bracket
Pin in the
three
t3) different
angle positnOn holes
located
on either side of the right or left
Transom
Mounting
Brackets.
Each angle
position
elevates
five
(5) degrees.
Try
center hole position
f_rst. (See Figure 6},
TO find the correct
angle poslt=on,
make a
test run at full
throttle
with your
usual
loading
in the boat.
Always
stop motor
to
change the Tilt
Lock Bracket
Pin. The cor-
__
CLAMP
Figure
is tilted
HANDLES
TENSI(
too far out-
ward,
the boat is likely
to porpoise
or
eavitate
at full
throttle,
which
can be
dangerous because a cross wind or a wave
could
suddenly
deflect
the boat into
a
dangerous
turn,
Also,
if
the
motor
column
us tilted
too far inward,
the bow
of the boat'will
dig in, which can be
dangerous
when crossing a wake
or tn
rough water.
Do not run motor
in the
storage position.
{Sea View
1 and 2,
Figure 4)
Secure motor
to boat
Chain not included
with
13RI._€I_ET
STUD
5;
STEERING
SCREW
WARNING
column
._
TRANSOM'
rect angle Posnt_on
wil!
have your
boat
traveling
with the bow slightly
higher than
the stern, but should
not porpoise
[bow
r=ses and falls rapidly and continuously).
Be
sure Tilt
Lock Bracket
Pin is always pushed
completely
through
both Transom Mounting Brackets and Hitch Pm is secured.
If the motor
View 4
Figure 4
.... !
20°"
wrtb Safety
motor.
Chain.
TIL T LOCK
BRACKET
PIN AND
HITCH
PIN
Figure 6
7.
STEERING
ADJUSTMENT
Tighten
steering tension screw
driver for desired steering effort,
There
is a possibility
of
I backed out too far,
CAUTION
using a screw(See Figure 6).
losing
screw if
OPERATION
8.
2-CYCLE
ENGINE
FUEL
MIXTURE
Use a good grade of regular gasoline.
ing table below,)
(See mix-
AIR
RUN
CAUTION
VENT•
P0
Always usa BIA certified
TC-W oil in the
50:1 ratio,
Failure to do =0 may result tn
excessive
spark
plug
fouling,
piston
scoring, or bearing failure.
Do not under
any circumstances,
ur_ muttigrade,
such as
10W-30, or other automobile
oils,
If BIA certified
oil is not available,
use
an SAE 30 or 40 2,<:ycle or outboard
oil.
We reserve the right to refuse warranty on
parts which
are damaged
when
using
improper
fuels
Figure 7
or fubrldants.
STARTER
HANDLE
WARNING
Gasoline is highly flammable.
Always mix
in wefl ventiJated
area,
Do not fill tank
with motor
running,
nor near any flame
or while smoking.
Be sure vent screWs
and filler caps on tanks are finger tightened when
transporting
gasoline
in the
trunk
of
your automobile
to prevent
explosion.
Flsure
8
e.
Pull Slartor
handle slowly
until you feel
starter engage.
Then
pull with
rapid
motion
and allow the starter cord to
retract slowly.
(See Figure 8).
f.
After engine has started, gradually move
choke
lever to "Off"
position
v_,_ile
warming up the engine.
Let
engine
idle for approxlmately
3
minutes
before mowng
throttle
lever to
"Fast"
position.
U.S. Measure
Regular
Gasoline
Amount
of 0;I
to be added
"
in Gallons
In Pints
1
3
5
6
FUEL
MIXING
TABLE
50" 1
MIXTURE
In Oz
0.16
0.48
0,80
0.96
Metric
2.6
7.7
12.8
15.4
Measure
10,
Regular
Gasotina
Amount of oil
to be added
In Liters
In Liters
1
5
10
2o
0.02
0.10
0.20
0.40
When
starting
outboard,
"Stop"
PROCEDURE
move
position.
throttle
{See Figure
If the motor
will not be operated
for a
period of time. if it is to be removed from
the boat, or if it is to be tilted
up, we
rec'ommend
the
following
practice
to
prevent
spillage
from
the
carburetor
throat
and
bowl
formation=
in
storage:
I, Close
fuel
and
to
will
move with a sudden burst of speed, Make
sure you are well seated sO as not to lose
your balance with a fast start.
2.
prevent
gum
the =orburQtgr Uuring
shut-off
vent _crew at fuel filler
boat
lever to full
7).
WARNING
,
the
STOPPING
To stop engine,
In case of an Emergency,
the engine can
be stopped by moving the Choke Laver to
Full Choke Position.
9. STARTING PROCEDURE (See Figure 7).
a, Open air vent screw located on fuel filler
cap by turning counterclockwise,
b. Open fuel shut-off valve,
c. Open throttle lever to half throttle.
d, Move choke lever to "On" posfflon.
WARNING
g.
valve and
air
cap,
Allow
motor
to run at idling speed
until
it stops
of its own
accord,
indicating
the carburetor
has run
dry,
OPERATION
11,
FLOODING
To cfear engine of excess fuel, move choke lever
to '*Off"
position
and throttle
lever to half
throttle
position.
Pull recoil starter handle
until
engine starts
and continues
to run.
.÷
12.
a.
b.
13.
a.
CARBURETOR
ADJUSTMENTS
Your motor has e fixed high speed iet. The
Idle
Adiustment
has been preset at the
factory.
{See Flgure9},
Periodically
check filter for dirt by unscrew;ng Sediment Bowl•
PROPELLER
HOLDER
SHEAR
PIN
& CHAIN
The Shear Pin is used for the purpose of
protecting
the Drive Train and Gears.
The
Shear Pin wifl not prevent
the propeller
from
becoming
damaged
when striking an
under
water
object,
When shear pin is
broken,
the engine
will continue
to run,
however,
the propeifar
Figure P
will not be rotating.
.
CAUTION
Stop
engine immediately
after shearing
pin to avoid possible damage to the engine.
b.
c.
NEEDLE
NOSE
PLIERS
To reptace
shear pin,
shut
off
motor,
remove cotter
pin with needle nose pliers
and slip off propeller.
(See F{gure 10&
11}.
Replace with new shear pin located in shear
pin and cotter
pm hotdero
(See Figure
12),
PIN
PROPELLER,
_ ,..
Figure 10
I>IN 2- COTTER
HOLDER
Figure
12
OPERATION
14.
_.
FLYWHEEL
SYSTEM
The magneto
MAGNETO
ignition
IGNITION
CONTACT
system consists of the
following component
parts: Contact Points,
Condenser, and Ignition
Coil.
(See Figure
13).
b.
Inspect the following
hard to start:
(1)
[2)
c.
d.
(3)
The
if engine
fails
or
is
TIMING
'15,
•
_+_
SCREWS_
BASE
_%_,_"'_"-_
PLATE
Figure 13
Spark plug as often as necessary•
Be
sure spark plug gap setting is .025"
(0.6ram).
Gasoline
fuel supply
and fuel shutoff valve should be open.
Carburetor being starved of fuel.
correct
spark plug for this motor
is
Champion RCJ-8.
To
test
ignition
system,
remove
spark
plug end place against bare spot on metal
part of motor
away
from cylinder
spark
plug hole and then pull starter cord several
times.
If a spark bridges the plug gap, the
magneto
is in good operating
condition.
The high tension lead wire must be con-
REMOVING
Always
shroud.
MOTOR
tilt motor
DO NOT
CENTER BOLT
Figure 14
WARNING
FROM
If the motor
will not be operated
for a
period
of time,
if it is to be removed
from the boat, or if it is to be titted up,
we recommend
the following
practice to
prevent
spillage
from
the
carburetor
throat
and bowl
and to prevent
gum
formations
in
the
carburetor
during
BOAT
by lifting
on rear of
PUSH DOWN
ON THE
storage:
1.
Close fuel
STEERING
HANDLE•
When removing the
motor from the boat, raise the outboard
in
upward direction
until the propeller
create
the transom.
Hold the motor upright long
enough to allow all water to drain from the
exhaust pipe. When you find it difficult
to
hold the motor upright, tighten the Center
Bolt increasingly
for desired effort.
(See
Figure 14).
WARNING
Although
the enginp is air ,cooled,
it is
possible to burn your hands on the engine
block and upper portion
of the column.
Do not touch.
2.
It may be necessary to rotate the motor to
one side before tilting
the motor
on the
transom to remove leg from the water when
installed on boats with thick transoms.
c_. Always
carry
outboard
with
the engine
above the lower
unit to prevent moisture
from
entering
exhaust ports,
the
engine
through
shut-off
valve and air vent
screw at fuel fdler cap.
Allow
motor
to run at idling
speed
until it stops of its own accord, indicating the carburetor has run dry,
16.
SALT
To
materially
WATER
d.
e.
the
OPERATION
increase
parts and decorative
indicated below.
a. Always
tilt your
when not in use.
b.
Never
leave the
c.
b.
AND
LOCKING
CONTACT-BREAKER
nected to the plug for this check.
If there
is no spark, have the ignition
checked at
your S.ears Servir_e Center.
a.
POINT$_
CONTACT-BREAKER
the life
finishes,
motor
lower
of all
exposed
follow
out
unit
of
the steps
the
in salt water
overnight.
Wipe exterior completely
with fresh water
cloth and then apply light coating of nit=
Lubricate propeller
shaft occasionally
with
a waterproof
Wpe of lubricant
(Lithium
Grease|,
thus enabling
the propeller
to be
removed easily,
It is good practice when operating
in salt
water to inspect your motor daily and to
_apply
a light coating
of grease
part or area that shows evidence
rosion or rust.
f.
water
Always
tically,
before
to
of
any
cor-
remove
motor
from
boat
verallowing water to drain from column
tilting
the motor.
TROUBLESHOOTING CHECK LIST
, ,
"Take your outboard motor Into any one of o'_e_
2000 Sear=Servi¢e Units.
. ..
× ×
i
•
I
Fuel Tank Empty
x
x
x
x
x
x
rue| Shut-Oil Valve Closed
Fuel"Line Kinked or Pinched
f
x
x
X
x
x
x
x
Fuel Filter Dirty or Clogged
Vent ,.¢crewon Fuel Tank Filter Cap Closed
x
X
x
x
Carburetor Passage=Clogged or Dirty
x
x
x
x
x
Incorrect Fuel-Oil Mixture
x
x
X
x
Carburat0r Out of Adjustment
•
x
!....
, _. ;
• " _",'' ; ,",
,; _:;"
J
x
x
x
x
X
x
Wrong Type Spark Plug
X
X
X
X
X
Defective or Fouled Spark Plug
X
x
.x
x_Ix
X
x
Breaker Contact Points Out of Adiustment
Defective Magneto
Engine Flooded
rj
",
"
x
x
x
x
X
Engine Out of Time_
Breaker Contact Points Burned or Pitted
)(
x
x
x
X
Weak Ignition
x
x
X
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
'
f
f_
,.,
• ",',
I ,t
Spark Does Not Jun_p Spark Plug G'ap .....
x
*
":_)r
! ":
x
×
.
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*
" ",,
r., !-=
t
%
,*
•
"
":'
Coil
_" ,
Weak or Defective Condenser
"" Spark Plug Lead Wire Not "Secured "
_,,
• t"
-
Frayed or Cracked Lead Wire Insulation
Disconnected. Grounded or Loose Wiring in Electrical Systetw_" "_" ",
I;'ropelter Bound by Foreign Obj"eet_ (Fishing Line. Weed=. Eto.)(
H{gh Tension Lead-Salt Water Build UP
IMPORTANT
, , .
INFORMATION
(DENTIFICATtON
MODEL
S_RIAL
DATE
NUMBER:
._ "'
F.LPfT,
E" ',
298.585130
NUMBER
OF
PURCHASE
INSURE
YOUR
ENGINE
• Many insurance
companies
including
Allstate
insurance
offer protection
contracts for your
boat and outboard
engine.
Insurance covering
your
own equipment
against damage,
theft,
etc.. as well as liabi|it_
insurance
for property
danage and personal injury to others is available
It would be wise to contact your insurance
agent for further
information
about adequate
PrOteCtion.
OPERATING LOG
DATE
NO.
HRS,
USED
GALS. FUEL USED
DATE
NO.
HRS-USED
_ALS.
i' e'
.
FUEL USED
REPLACEMENT PARTS
FOR
MODEL Noo298.585130
FIG. I
ENGINE
55
..-J
"-
!
j.
/
150
17
; I
8980
I
3
]!
FIG. I
REF. No.
1.2
1.3
ENGINE
PART No,
PART
Q'ty
157-04000.900
SPARK
i-4
018-00562-200
002.00500-804
SPARK PLUG RCJ-8
CYLINDER
COMP
1-5
017-00501-202
CYLINDER
1-7
041.00000.200
039,0000o-201
PISTON
RING
PISTON
PIN CfRCRIP
1-10
031-03 500-200
037-00000-200
PI STON
PISTON
2
2
1
PIN
!
1.11
1-12
046-00501-803
068-02000-200
1-13
1-14
1-15
1-16
070-02401,201
999-61600-200
999-66152,500
076-00501- 203
CRANKSHAFT
WOOD-RUFF
CRANKSHAFT
1.17
03B-00000-200
! 77-210701-801
CRANKCASE
MAG_ SIDE
PISTON PIN BEARING
CONDENSER
COMP
173-20702-804
159-20702-900
PRIMARY
CONTACT
071-02007-200
071-02007-210
CRANK
CRANK
SHAFT
SHAFT
SHIM 0.06
SHIM 0,10
071-02007-220
CRANK
SHAFT
SHIM 0,15
071-020O7-230
071-02007-240
999.61620-100
CRANK SHAFT
CRANK SHAFT
BALL BEARING
SHIM 0.20
SHIM 0.30
#6201
999-66122-821
09O-OO501-203
077-O0,531-201
OIL SEAL 12287
CRANKCASE
GASKET
CRANKCASE
DRIVE SIDE
167.20753,800
t 55-20702-812
IGNITION
MAGNETO
1-33
112.00501.203
FAN CASE
1.34
202-10200-201
SECONDARY
CORD
1-38
065.00000-200
1.39
!-44
1-45
066- .0()000-200
246-20701-201
FLYWHEEL
FLYWHEEL
WASHER
NUT
1-8
|-9
1,18
1-19
1-20
1-24
1-25
1-26
1-27
1-28
1-30
i-32
PLUG
NAME
CAP ASS'Y
1
I
1
GASKET
1
COMP
KEY3 x 13 x 5
WASHER
BALL BEARING
OIL SEAL 15257
1
1
1
#6002
1
1
1
I
1
CROO COMP
BREAKER
ASS'Y
MAGNETO
1
1
I"
i
,o -2
1
1
1
1
1
COiL COMP
ROTOR COMP
1
1
GROMET
!
1
1
CAM
1
1
1-46
t.48
247-01000-201
191o00501-201
198-00501-200
CAM SUPPORT SPRING
CONTACT
POINT COVER
CORD CLAMP
1"53
1.65
070-00601-201
25@01046-200
1-60 •
1-67
1.68
205.00501-200
990-11060-222
992-1006O-042
CRANKSHAFT
WASHER
SPARK PLUG RUBBER COVER
TERMINAL
TAB
SCREW 6 x 22
S. WASHER 6
1-69
990-11040-082
SCR EW 4 x 8
1
1.70
994.170,40-081
SCREW 4 x 8/W
1-74
1-75
990-11050-202
992.1005O-042
SCREW 5 x 20
S. WASHER 5
2
2
1-78
1-79
990ol 1050-202
992-10050-042
SCREW 5 x 20
S. WASHER 5
1-80
992.10060-04
1-89
1-91
1-92
990.11060-182
992-10040-042
991-0103O-012
S. WASHER 6
SCREW6 x 18
3
3
S. WASHER
NUT3
4
I
1
1-93
1-94
992-10030-O12
992.01030-011
1
1
1-150
985.35118-900
S. WASHER 3
P, WASHER 3
TOOL KIT
2
I
1
B
1
1
I
3
3
2
3
3
1
12
FIG.2
ENGINE
COVER
& MUFFLER
26
40
41
_4
38
25
17
44
3534
4530
17
i
19
20
21
31
37
36
_3
F|G.2
_EF.
ENGINE
No.
2-1
2,2
2-3
PART
COVER
& MUFFLER
No.
PART
756-00537-90O
585-35100.902
RECOIL
STARTER
NAME
Q'ty
ASS'Y
1
300.35108-200
600-35100-203
401-36100-203
TANK CAP ASS*Y
ENGINE COVER
TANK SUPPORT RING
TANK
I
t
1
I
790.00601-202
992-01050-0 t I
788-00601-203
STARTER
PAWL SPRING
WASHER 5
STARTER
PAWL
2
2
822-00601-200
793-10200.200
662-00517,203
592-00517-901
STARTER
PAWL SHIM
STEP BOLT
COCK HOLOING
METAL
COCK ASS'Y
2-13
2-14
594-00517-200
COCK
021-35100-201
2.15
PiN HOLDER
FUEL PIPE
2.16
700-14508-075
700.145,06.100
2-17
680-01004,200
CLIP
2-18
701-005I
7-2O0
FUEL
2-19
403-00001-200
INLET
2-20
2-21
2.22
393.00004-201
455-22620-900
410-00517-900
INLET MANIFOLD
CARBURETOR
ASS'Y
AIR CLEANER
ASS'Y
1
t
1
2-23
2-24
2-25
737-00531-200
7 t 6-00568-200
MUFFLER
MUFFLER
GASKET
8ODY'A
1
1
737-00517-200
717,00568-200
MUFFLER
MUFFLER
PACKING
8ODY.8
221-35100-200
MUFFLER
PIPE PACKING
2-29
226-35100-201
220-35100,203
MUFFLER
MUFFLER
PIPE STAY
PIPE
2-30
225-35100-203
2-31
2-32
227-35100.203
990-11040.252
MUFFLER
MUFFLER
PIPE STAY
PIPE STAYB
2-33
2-34
2-35
992-10040-94 2
990-t1050-162
SCREW 4 x 25
S, WASHER 4
SCREW B x 16
2-35
2-37
992,10050°042
990-11040-252
992-10040-042
S, WASHER 5
SCREW4 x 25
S. WASHER 4
2.38
2-39
990-11040-202
992.10040-042
SCREW4 x 20
S. WASHER 4
2-40
990-11050-202
SCREW 5 x 20
2
2-41
2.42
992-10050-04
S. WASHER
5
2
990-11050-122
SCREW 5 x 12
2
2-43
2.44
2-45
992-10050-042
990-11060.222
992.10060-04 2
S. WASHER 5
SCREW 6 _ 22
2
!
!
2-46
2-47
990-11060.122
992-10060.04 2
2-48
2-49
012-35100-201
011-35100.200
2-100
2-101
2.102
2-103
2, 4
2-5
2,6
2-7
2-8
2-9
2.10
2-11
2-12
2-25
2.27
2-28
FUEL
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
NUT
I
PIPE
I
PiPE STOPPER
3
I
MANIFOLD
S. WASHER 6
SCR EW 6 x 12
GASKET
!
•
1
-.o
I
"1
"
A
'"
T"
,
.;_
•
"3
2
2
2
• 2
4
4
2
S. WASHER 6
SHEAR PiN
2
330.35118.200
331.35118-200
COTTER PIN
SIDe MARK RIGHT
SiDE MARK LEFT
2
1
906-35118.200
336.35118.200
NAME PLATE
STARTER MARK
2
1
I
1
"
FIG.3
RECOIL
STARTER
28
REF.
PART
PART No.
NAME
3-0-1
3-I
756-00537-900
772-00537-200
RECOIL STARTER
ASS'Y
° RECOIL STARTER
BODY
3-2
3-3
3-8
3-9
774-04015-204
779-01006-201
776-01006-207
*
*
•
•
3-11
3-12
3-15
3-16
3-20
3-21
3-22
3-23
15
No.
783-OO517-200
780-O0601-201
785-102_7-901
773-001OD-204
814-005OO-200
990-1105_122
992-10050-042
992-01060-041
STARTER
PULLEY
RECOIL SPRING
PULLEY
SHAFT
ROPE
• HANDLE
•
•
"
*
GUIDE
STARTER
HANDLE
ASS'Y
PULLEY
SHAFT OUTER
STARTER
PULLEY
SH|M
SCREW 5 x 12
992-10060-042
° S. WASHER 5
• WASHER 6
• S. WASHER 6
3-24
991-41060-022
" 8LINO
3.28
782-O0546-2OO
" ROPE RECEIVE
NUT6
Q'ty
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
1
I
2
2
1
I
I
1
FtG.4
CARBURETOR
1
z
_
41
..5
7
8
REF. No,
PART
PART No,
"
NAME
8
Q'ty
"o
4-0.1
455.22620.900
CARBURETOR
4-1
560-22602.200
• RUBBER
4-2
597-22603-200
4.3
595-22602-2OO
• THROTTLE
CABLE
• BODY CAP
4-4
4-5
594-22602-200
619-22602-200
• THROTTLE
VALVE
SPRING
• THROTTLE
SPRING
SEAT
4-7
592-22602-910
" JET NEEDLE
4,8
4-12
591-22602-200
561,22602-900
607-22602-200
• THROTTLE
599-22620-200
606-22602.200
° MAIN JET
• FLOAT CHAMBER
1
1
4.27
4-28
605.22602-200
603-22602-200
628,22602-200
" FLOAT PIN
" NEEDLE VALVE
1
I
• FLOAT
1
4.29
604.22602-200
" FLOAT
4.30
57O-22602-200
4.31
4-41
627-22601-200
526-22006-2O0
• FIBER
• DRAIN
4-16
4-17
4,21
4-26
ASS°Y
1
CAP
!
ADJUSTER
ASS'Y
VALVE
" BODY BAND ASS'Y
" FLOAT CHAMBER
GASKET
• PARTIAL
ARM
PACKING
SCREW
COLLAR
T
1
1
I
I
t
1
1
1
1
I
1
16
FIG.5
HANDLE
& BRACKET
29
32
30
31
26
7
3
27
23
12
13
28
15
25
14
16_
17.,
._
21
]8
22
20
]7
FIG.5
REF. No.
HANDLE
PART
& BRACKET
No.
PARTS
NAME
Q'ty
5-'I
885-00568-800
870-00569-900
145-35118-200
THROTTLE
WIRE COMP
THROTTLE
LEVER ASS'Y
JOINT PiPE HOLDER
1
5-2
5-5
990-11060-182
992-10060-042
SCR EW 6 x 1B
S. WASH_'R 6
5-6
5-7
990-21060-302
992-10060-042
BOLT 6 x 30
S. WASHER 6
3
3
I
I
5. 8
160-35118-900
163-35118-200
STEERING
5-3
5-4
HANDLE
ASS'Y
BOLT
1
I
I
5-9
5-10
992-10060-042
HANDLE
MOUNTING
S. WASHER 6
5-11
5-12
162-35118-200
079-35100-801
HANDLE
WASHER
ADAPTER
COMP
I
I
5.13
5-14
5-15
150-35t09-200
115-35500-204
990-11060-I02
THRUST WASHER
BRACKET
SCREW 6 x 10
I
I
I
5-16
5-17
131-35118-200
134-35109-201
THRUST
BRACKET
ADJUSTING
PLATE
4
5-18
999-21050-302
BOLT 5 x 30
5-19
5-20
992-t0050-042
113-35109-200
S. WASHER 5
BRACKET
PIN
5-21
5-22
5-23
990-11050-122
992-10050-042
SCREW 5 x 12
S. WASHER 5
5,24
5,25
5-26
108-3550t-200
I23-35500-201
129-35100-200
107-35119-800
CLAMP BRACKET
BRACKET PIN S.
5-27
5-28
106,35119 800
990-21060-732
BRACKET PIN STOPPER A
CLAMP BRACKET
B COMP
CLAMP BRACKET
A COMP
BOLT 6 x 73
5-29
991-41060-022
CAP NUT 6
5-30
5-3t
992-10060-042
992-01060_041
S, WASHER 6
WASHER 6
5-32
5-33
992-01050-041
166-35118-200
WASHER 5
SNAP PiN
5-34
t61-35118-200
HANDLE
5-35
990-11050-202
5-36
991-0T050-021
SCREW 5 x 20
NUT 5
I
1
I
HOLDER
STOPPER
]
I
1
4
4
BUSHING
2
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
18
.6
DRIVE
SHAFT
PiPE
& GEAR
CASE
7-----Q
-8-3
"8-2
FIG.6
REF. No.
DRIVE
PART
SHAFT
PiPE
& GEAR
PART
No.
NAME
6-1
6-2
090-35118.200
075.35100-205
JOINT
DRIVE
SHAFT
6.3
6-4
076-35100.203
o86.35 lOO-20o
081-35100-200
DRIVE
PIN
d,39-35100.203
BEARING
HOLDER
JOINT PIPE PACKING
6-5
6-6
PIPE
BEARING
DRIVE
CASE
.1
!
]
HOLDER
SHAFT
CRIP
BEARING
091-35100-202
030-35100.900
6- 8-1
999.61629-000
6- 8-2
6- 8-3
032-35100-205
999.66081.805
6-9
990.21060-302
992-10060-042
BOLT 6 x 30
S. WASHER 6
063-35100.200
064-35100.200
DRIVE
DRIVE
SHAFT
SHAFT
SHIM 0.5
SH[M0.1
066.35100-200
055-35100-20!
DRIVE
DRIVE
SHAFT
SHAFT
SHIM 0.2
SHIM 1.5
6-t2
062-35100-202
6-!3
6-14
060-35100-205
06 t -35100-201
022-35100-200-
PINION
PINION
6-t0
6-1t
6-16
016.35100.201
0t5-35t00-200
014.35100-20t
6-17
6-t8
6-19
6-20
6-21
6-22
6-23
6-24
6-25
6-26
6-27
6-28
6-29
6-30
013-35t00-201
005-35] 00-600
026-35t00-201
014-35100-250
015-35100-250
CASE ASS'Y
" BALL BEARING #629
" PLANT BEARING
L
" OIL
SEAL 8187
PINION
PJN
PROPELLER
SHAFT
PROPELLER
SHAFT
!
I
1
SHAFT
SHAFT
SHIM O.1
SHIM't.0
SHAFT
COMP
016-35100-250
022-35100-250
PROPELLER
PROPELLER
SHIM0.2
SHIM 0.3
048-35100-203
045-35100-801
GEAR
GEAR
990-11060.162
992-10060-042
SCREW 6 x 16
S. WASHER 6
990-11060-082
317-02000-200
SCREW 6 x 8
DRAIN
PACKING
OIL SEAL 9207
SHAFT
SHAFT
1
SHIM 0.3
SHIM0.2
SHIM 1.0
SHIMO.1
011-35100.200
010-35118-200
!
1
!
!
GEAR COLLER
PROPELLER
SHAFT
PROPELLER
SHAFT
999-66092-064
012-35100.201
1
1
1
1
COLLAR
PROPELLER
PROPELLER
STOP RING
PROPELLER
2
1
6-7
6-8
GEAR
Q't'y
CASE PACKING
CASE COVER COMP
1
1
I
!
1
1
!
2
2
1
1
1
SHEAR PIN
COTTER PIN
1
t
PROPELLER
1
"Tfl
SERVICE
MEMO
For quick service or repair, take your Outboard
Motor to an,,, Sears Service Unit throughout
the
U.S. and Canada.
Each Service Unit is staffed
by trained
t.echnicians,
using Sears approved
parts and repair procedures
to ensure that we
meet our pledge to you-"We
service what we
sell." Refer to the local telephone directory
for
the Sears Unit nearest you.
HOW TO ORDER REPAIR PARTS
Refer to the Identification
Plate for the complete model number when requesting service or
replacement parts for your outboard motor
All parts listed herein may be ordered
any Sears. Roebuck and Co.
WHEN ORDERING
REPAIR
WAYS GIVE THE FOLLOWING
TION:
from
PARTS,
AL
INFORMA-
1. Model Number
3. Part Name
2. Part Number
4. Quantity
FULL ONE YEARWARRANTYON
OUTBOARDMOTOR
For oneyear Irom thefirst day 0I use of
this outboard motor, when all inslruclions and procedures detailed in the
Owner's Manual are followed. Sears
will repair defects in material or
workmanship which appear in the outb0afd molar, free of charge.
If Ihe outboard motor IS used for commercial or rental purposes, this war.
ranty apphesfor only thirty days from
the hrst day ol use
Warranly Service is available by simply
returning Ihe oulbaard motor to the
oeareslSears store in the UnitedStales
or Canada Warrantyis valid =ncountry
of purchase
Tinswarranty gives you specihc legal
riohls, and you may atso have other
rightswhich vary from state to state.
SEARS,ROEBUCK
AND CO,,
DEPARTMENT
698/731A
If the parts you need are not stocked locally,
your order wilt be electronically
transmitted
to a Sears Repair Parts Distribution
Center for
expedited handling.
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