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PROCEDURES
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IPt_Oi)uCT
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PARTS
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SPECIFICATION
"
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'lype_'- of Engine
Horsepower
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Maximum
RPM
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,..
• ,:';Weight
,Bore
"
Ignition
Bearings
Starter
(30.5 cc)
[0.8 liters)
....
....
(Engine)
Lbs, Approx,
1,42"
.............
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Flywheet
.....................
. ; .....
Champinion
(0.6 mm)
.................
(Gear Hsg,)
Mixture
lubricant
Steering
Ball & Oilite
Bronze
Recoil
......
(171 mm
x 104.4
ram)
6.73"
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...
50 to t ratio of regular
or its equivalent
BIA certified
................
RCJ-8
Ball
........................
Dia, and Pitch
Magneto
025"
....................................
(Gear Hsg.)
x 1.18"
1.86 cu.in,
4/5 qt,
.........................................
Propeller
Fuel
..........
Plug Gap Setting
Bearings
Lub.
!9.8
"
Plug
Spark
1.75
" (36 mm x 30 mm)
......
2-Cycle
8000
(9kg)
and Stroke
- , Spark
Air Cooled
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Displacement
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• " Fuel Capacity-Engine:Tank
4
4
4
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FROM
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HOUSING
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i:ii::i2:;:I_UBRICATION
GEAR
ii_:iii'il::.:MUFFLER
INSPECTION
_:}.:ii__ IPRoL!ONGED
II:ST6RAG
"................
x 4.I 1"
SAE 90
grade gasoline
TC-W 2-cycle
to 2-cycle outboard
outboard
lubricant.
243 ° Pivot
Steering
IMPORTANT
Owner's
Responsibility
...... -'..........
and, Operating
: "'_I3E SURE TO READ AND
OPERATINGIYOUR
Safety
Check
List
DO THE FOLLOWING, BEFORE
OUTBOARD
MOTOR :
.
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SAFETY
1.
•
Learn
ities,
2.
and
U.S. Coast
3,
5,
observe
Guard
the b0atingtaWsdf:the
i.......
i
'
regu ations t;eqUire
8n 8pproved
U.S,
Coast
thel following:
'
Iife,Veitiwpe
Guard,
state,
local
author,
:
:
Provide
b,
persoh }n bolat, :? (Encourage
passengers to wear them.)
....
If the boat exceeds;i16 feeti also carry a type 4, throwable
Personal
Device,
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{3o not
Standing,
:6,
7.
I, 2 or 3 Personal
Flotation
Device
permit
persons
to ride on pelts of the boat not designed
bow riding and seat back or gunwale riding can be especially
for cacti
Flotation
safety chain,
Tighten clamp stud handles securely by hand.
Be sure to have pliers, screwdriveri
_pare spark plugs, wrench,
8.
9,
for such use,
dangerous.
RESPONSIBILITY
Reed owner's manuel before tut_nJi_gyour
new outboard molor.
Before starting,
make sure your motor
is securely mounted
to boat
:::: ; : ,= pins in boat
whenever
leaving
transom
with
a
shear pins and cotter
shore.., ii.......
Be sure {o have an adequate supply of fuel (carry only in an approved container)
on
board.
Use a good grade of regurar gasoline with proper mixture,
as cited in the
Specifications,
:
Occasionally
check to be sure clamp stU d handles on transom mounting
bracket
are
tight.
1N CASE OF AN EMERGENCY,
THE ENGINE
CAN BE'STOPPED
BY DEPRESSING THE STOP BUTTON
OR PLACING
CHOKE
KNOB
IN
FULL
CHOKE
POSITION.
0,
11.
12.
Keep an alert
13.
'
Keel ? fireflghting
at atl times;
lookout.
TIPS
FOR
When
Serious
accidents
and lifesaving
14..Good
housekeeping
:
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OWNER'S
15.
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LIST
Do not fill fuel tank with motor
running
or near any flame or lighted
smoking
material,
When loading boat distribute
the load evenly, keep the toad _ow; don't
overload;
don't
stand in a small boat, Tal_e weather and water conditions
into account.
;: 41
:
CHECK
in good
or
OR
loading:boat
AUXILIARY
on
from
condition
is even more
important
afloat
of fire and tripping
hazards,
TRAILERING
:launching
have resulted
equipment
than
failure
to use eyes,
and readit _ accessible
ashore,
Cleanliness
dimin-
USE
a trailer,
Place
y'our
outboard
motor
_in the
tilted Stoi-age position.
Also when trailering your boat and 0utbo_rd
motor,
keep
outb0ard
motor
in upright
(vertical)
position
on the boat transom,
Outboard
motors: transported
across rough roads in the "tilt" position
couldcause
ti'ansom
damage or mounting
brackets
to break off , {osingybu.r
motor:
if
motor
must be
. trailered
in "tilt'*
position,
a short length
of 2 x;4 should
be placed between
the
l,,:-.;_::;:,_,:'-motor
bracket
and the motor
leg, The motor leg should then be firmly
tied down
i:egainst :1;he 2 x 4 to prevent
any possible damage.
Similar
precautiens
should be
taket_ If using the motor
as an auxiliary
power sou¢c'e for a sailboat
or Power boat.
!:when
,_;pbsition
us_r_g motor
motor
as an auxiliary
bracket
power
is recommended.
source,
the
Use of an auxiliary
adjustable
.-MAJOR-, PARTS
FuelFiller Cap
andAir VentScrew
ChokeLever
Power Head
Stop Buflon
SparkPlug
Fuel Shut-oil Valve
Oua] Au!omaticClutch Housing
Throltin ControlLover
Reverse Driving Lock
Fuel Sediment Bowl
and,Filter
Till Pie;Adjuslmenl
• TransomBracket
MufflerPipe
DriveShaftPipe
Cavilali0n
Plale
Exhaust Oulie!
Fill and DrainPIu_
Bear Housing
Propeller
Culler Pin
GearHousingCovel
Figure
.•MAINTENANCE
7._' FEATURE
'_
"This
ll.qlltJ_l_S
PRO
PROPELLER
.INFORMATION
out_)oarrJ
JI_,
_hOW!l
mnto_
In
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special
Your
selection
of our Marine Products
will
,Provide
you with many flours of enjoyable
boating,
To assure your complete
satisfac' "tr_On On the
investment
You have just made,
We _sk you to read this manual
thoroughly
,' before
going afloat.
Acquaint
yourself
with
'
GEAR
Figure 2
:.':'lh'e 'particular
areas of operation
on your
.: '" :,outboard
mot0r aS you read the step-by-step
'_
pK6cedureS:
Keep in mind maximum
per,
-" 46rmarlce
is'achieved
only when the owner
, q_- oPerator
is completely
familiar
with the
..op_rating
instructions•
;c:
,,Per,i'odic servicing
wilt
be required.
It is
_recommended
that ,/ou consult
your Sears
., SeryiCe _enter
when
service
is necessary.
! We' wilt
be happy
to extend our facilities
'_snd assure prompt
service.
.
AND
PLUG
desi,_n
1*
b:
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DRAIN
Figure 3
HOUSING
COVER
MAINTENANCE
2.
LUBRICATION_GEAR
a.
The Gear
Housing
the factory;
be checked
board
11)
_ (2)
13)
il; '
(4)
b.
(3}
HOUSING
has been pre-lubricated
h0wevec
ihe grease level should
as follows
using SAE 90 out-
(4)
(5)
housing
bolts.
When
lubricant
covet
by
unscrewing
has completely
replace
parts and refill gear
using f_ll_ng procedure above•
_
drained,
housing
a,
Periodically
remove
_ufflor
cover
screwing
screws
and inspect- for
INSPECTION
build-up
inside the muffler
the
exhaust
port
and=
chamber of the cylinder,
b,
by uncar_on
inlet and outlet,
the
combustion
Excessive carbon
witl prevent
drawing
the maximum
power
out of the engine.
(See Figure 3).
Care should
be exercised
while cleaning
awav carbon
to prevent-scratches
to the
surface of the engine components
and dro_ping carbo_ inside of crankcase.
4°
PROLONGED
a.
To
store
longed
lows:
(1)
(2)
STORAGE
your
outboard
motor
storage,
;_repare
outboard
for
as
motor
a stand
tO
prevent
englne
pressurL, i 'This t_osition
(5)
(6)
shoutd
L
vertically
until
wit
resis
;s felt due to compression
pre
ther, stop. Release starter tensio
srowly
frorr;
will
rever_
close bet
the
intake
and
exhaust
ports
IC
storage.
Drain and fill gear housing as outline
under Lubrication
of Gear Hous_n:g,
Wipe
exterior
completely
with
ires
,
water cloth
and then apply light coa"
:
ing of oil,
b+ When starting a new season, always use fres
gasoline,
Last year's
gasoline may hay
varnish deposits
that will plug the carl_.
refer jets, thus requiring
a complete
ove_
haul,
c.
To plan for the coming season; we recorr
mend
you
contact
,,,our
Sears
Serv.c
Center before the new season for any servJc
repair work required.
OPERATION
5.
a,
•
MUFFLER
on
2
For best results,
lubricate
propeller .shaft
with Hthium grease every 30 to 60 days,
3.
outboard
power head up for storage,
Pull starter handle si0wly
ance
sure,
Replace plug and washer.
Be sure plug
is tightened
securely,
To achieve complete drainage of lubricant, remb;,/e cotter pin, propeller
and
shear pin from propeller
shaft,
also,
gear
(6)
(4)
motor grease, (See Figure 2).
Prioi" to initial operation;
After first four {4) hOurs of use.
Recheck
after every flfty
_t6Ol hou,s
running time.
Replace with new lubricant at the end
of your outboard
motor
season.
This
is important,
as it removes any water
from
the gear housing
and prevents
possible corrosion to internal parts,
To Check, Drain or Fill gear housing,
foUow
these steps:
{1)
Position
outboard
motor upright,
(2)
Remove
drain
plug and washec
then
insert nozzle
of gear lubricant
tube
into hole.
(3); Squeeze
tube until lubricant
is forced
out around tube.
The
mounted
al
profol-
See paragraph on stopping procedures.
When removing
outboard
motor
from
boat,
allow
all water
to drain from
unit.
NEW
New
AUTOMATIC
CLUTCH
automatic
clutch.
Based
on
a du_
centrifugal
clutch des=gn, it altows the out
board prop to turn at very slow speeds o
even come
to a complete
stop while th
engine
contimJes
operating
efficiently,
I
eliminates
the need to shift gears by han_
and prevents
tl_e engine
from
overheatin,
and stalling at slow speeds.
When engine
slarls,
molar
ms neutral.
throttle
increases,
sub c_ulch engages.
appx,
6 MPH.
main
clutch
engages
provide
direct
drive
for cruising,
A
A
t=
OPERATI ON
6._BOAT
MOUNTING
a, ,"Mount
the motor
transom
(stern)•
on the center
(See Figure
of the boat
4).
•
"
. CAUTION
Hand tighten
clamp larackeI clamp
stud
,handJes simultaneously.
Oo not use a
',wrench
or any other
device
that would
" cable damage
to brackets.
OccaslonaIly
"bheck
to be sure lamp stud handles
on
_.trabsom
mounting
bracket
are
light.
, {See Figure
b,' TO ohtnin
5).
the best
perfnrmane.n
from
.,,,'"
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e,
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..Transom Height
"
';
i
T'he
angle
of
Figure
View
4
4
12 to !5degrees
4):
20_7 inches
(See View
the
20,7-
Voter
outboard,
the following
boat trm_som speci• . ficaX ons are recommended:
(See Figure 4).
T r.ahsom Angle (See View 3):
motor
column
is
easily
' :..adjusted
by removing
the Hitch
Pin and
'-,changing
the Tilt
Lock Bracket
Pin in the
-three
(3), dlf_erent
angle
position
holes
located
on either
side of the rigttt
or left
Trat_som
Mounting
Brackets.
Each angle
ipos_l;i'on: elevates
five
[5} degrees.
Try
c;ehtef hole position
first,
(See Figure 6)
d'.'_.T6', f_!n_t the correct
angle position,'make
a
'"t_t':run
at full throttle
with yOU r u_ual
'. tbadin'g in the boat.
Always
stop motor
to
• .,c_bnge the Tilt Lock Bracket
Pin. The cor'_,rect,'ahgle
position
will
have your
boat
, _-"traVe]Ing
with the bow slightly
h!gher than
'_th#',s'tern
but
should
not
porpoise
TRANSOM BRACKET
CLAMP STUD HANDLES
Figure 5
(bow
._, _rises-'and falls rapidly and continuously).
Be
• ._urte._t t Lock Bracket
Pin is always pushed
",; cbmpIptely
through
both
Transom
Mount." ;.ihg'B?ackets
and Hitch Pin is secured,
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STEERING
SCREW
TENSION
WARNING
(f'the _no{or column
is tilted
too far Outwarld,, the boat is likely
to porpoise
or
c av_iate
at full
throttle,
which
can be
dan'qer6us because a cross wind or a wave
coul_
suddenly- deft'act
the boat into a
.da69erous
turn.
Also,
if
the'
c'olbmn
is tilted too farinwatd,.the
motor
bow
oY the boat
will dig in, which can be
dang_,rous
when: crossing, a wake "or, in
/[0ugh. Water.
Do not run mot0r,in'the
'st_Srage posltlon. , (See View
1 and 2,
Figur0 4].
TILT
AND
Figure
LOCK 8RACKET
HITCH PIN
PiN
6
7. STEERING
ADJUSTMENT
Tighten
steering
tension
screw
dr'}ver for desired steerlng effort.
: _ ::
using a screw(See Plgure 6),
,
CAUTION
e:.S_cure
.. Chain
J
motor
toboat
with
Safety
not included
witl_ motor,
Chain.
I backed
here is
outa too
possibility
far.
of
losing screw
if
OPERATION
8,
2-CYCLE
ENGINE
FUEL
MIXTURE
Use a good grade of regular gasoline.
ing table below.]
{See mix-,_
POSITION
CAUTION
Always
50:1
LEVER
use BIA certified
ratio.
Failure
excessive
spark
scoring, or bearing
TC-W
oil in the
tO do so may
result
IOTTLE LEVER-
in
Plug
fouling,
piston
failure.
Do not under
any circumstances,
use multigrade,
such as
10W-30, or other automobile
oils.
If BIA certified
oil is not available,
use
an SAE 30 or 40 2*cycle or outboard
oil.
We reserve the right to refuse warranty on
parts
which
are damaged
when
using
improper fuels or lubricants.
FAST
Figure
-WARNING
Gasoline is highly
in well ventilated
with
motor
FU
flammable.
area.
Do
running,
nor
Always mix
not fill tank
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,
U.S,
Amount
of oil
to be added
In Gallons
In Pints
1
3
5
6
0.16
0.48
0.80
0,96
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Metric
ii
10• •
2O
:
Amount
of oil
to be added
:
in Liters
....
:
"
, 0;20
:
outboard,
the
boat
balance
retract
with a fast start,
f.
•
:
starter
g.
After
handle
slowly
u6tit you
fee
engage,
Then pull
with rapi¢
and allow
the
starter cord tc
slowly.
engine
(See Figure
has started,
8).
gradually move
choke
lever
to "Off"
position
whik
warming up the engine.
Let
engine
idle for approximately
' minutes
before moving
throttle
lever tc
"Fast"
position,
'
will
i ! move with _1luddan but=tOf Ipeed, Make
(sur_ you are well seated so as not to use
J your
Pull
starter
motion
WARNING
starting
8
e,
0.40
PROCEDURE
(see Fig. 7,& 7 A)
vent screw: located on fuel filter
:
[When
Figure
0.02,
0_10
cap by turning counterclockwise.
Open fuel shut,off valve.
Open throttle
lever to half throttle,
Move chok_= lever to *'On" position.
b.
c:
d.
,,
2.6
7,7
12.8
15,4
Measu re
Regular
Gasoline
1
5
9, STARTING
a, Open air
In Oz
,,_, ,, ....
In Liters
•
CLOSE
Measure
Regular
Gasoline
FUEL
MIXING
TABLE
50:1
MIXTURE
7
"!0,
STOPPING PROCED;URE ......,.....
To stop engine, move throttle lever to ful
"Neutral"
position and press Stop buttor
(See Figure 7A)
+
+..* •
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,
j
:
ON:
j}PEnXTI
,'
•
•
WARNING
,
']n-lca'se
of
an Emergency,
th e engine:can
" +be s,topped by moving the Choke Lever to
i :FuI.I Choke POsition.
,
. -:
• :if'. t_'e motor
will not be operated
for a
'i .t_eriod 'of time, if it is to be removed
from
"1 .the .boat,
or
if
it
,_+i']• rec_)mmend+the
"! J!,tsr_;ent
spiltage
is to:be
tilted
up,
we
following
practice
to
fro m -the
carburetor
'"I th'roat
and bowl arid
to :. prevent
gum
/:fo_'tnations
in
the
carburetor
during
• / sl'orage:
' "
I I,
Close
h++,,l sht+l-ofl
valve
and air
l
, vent screw at lueI tillel cap.
I 2." Allow
motor
to run at i'_Jling speed
J
: until
it stops
of its own
accord,
{
" indicating
the
carburetor
has run
:
1_
Idle ASjusting
Screw
Figure 9
dry,
_LOODING
Tb clear eng ne of excess
to "Off'_
position
and
throttle
position.
unti} engine starts
fuel, move choke lever
throttle
lever to half
Pull recoil
and conlimies
starter
to run.
handle
12.
CARBURETOR
ADJUSTMENTS
a. Y_)LJ_ +nole, f has _ z(tle iHliustincl screw
(h_
id{_
S|)eCd
hag
_)el_l_
l)irl'._lt|
a_
the
Figure 10
and
laclory,
However,
you may need to adjust the idle
speed using Idle Ad,iusting
Screw.
Turn the
Screw
clockwise
to incFease motor
speed
and counter
clockwise
to decrease
it. The
idle speed adjustment
must: be done with
:_hl-ottle lever at full closed position
and the
idle speed should be as low as possible while
the engine
b:
runs
Periodically
in'g Sediment
_3,
PROPELLER
HOLDER
a. + The
Shear
protecting
Shear Pin
fi-om
Pin
water
the
. ,however,
(See Figure9)
for dirt
SHEAR
is used
the Drive
will
not
becoming
under
• broken
steady.
check filter
Bowl,
PIN
for the
the propeller
I
by unscrew-
& CHAIN
purpose
of
Train and Gears,
The
prevent
the propeller .....
damaged
object.
engine
Figure 1 1
when
striking
an,
When
shear pin i_
wilt contihue
to run,'
will
Figure 12
not be rotating.
.'l:St0p
engine
immediately
after
shearing
'_.'-"_"
CAUTION
_ 1+p_in+tO' avoid possible damage 1;o the engine.
CONTACT POINT$_
l
CoNTACT-BREAKER
-b_ T,(?: replace
shear
pin,
shut
off
motor,
'
'remove
cotter
pin with
pliers and slip off
,.:_ prQl_eller.
(See Figures 10 & 11 ).
._€., Replace with
,+' .pin,'and cotter
i
new sheer pin located in Shear
pin holder,
(See Figure:t2).
'
AND _+_
+,+°G
Loo+o
o°o+
CONTAq%BREAKER
BASE PLATE
Figure
13
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"--'----"'_"
OPERATION
14,
a,
b,
(2)
d,
/
''4..
FLYWHEEL
MAGNETO
IGNITION
SYSTEM
The magneto
ignition system consists of the
following
component
parts: Con-tact Points,
Condenser,
and Ignition
Coil.
(See Figure
13),
Inspect
the following
if engine fails or is
hard to start:
(1}
c.
i i
(3)
The
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
C_TER BOLT \_4_
1
Figure
14
Figure
14A
Champion RCJ-8.
To
test
ignition
system,
remove
spark
plug and place against bare sPOt on metal
part of motor
away from
cylinder
spark
ptug
hole
end then
pull =_arter
cord sovoral
times,
if a spark bridges the plug gap, the
magneto
is in good operating
condition.
The high tension
lead wire must be con .=
WARNING
If
nected to the plug for this check.
If there.
is no spark, have the ignition
checked at
your Sears Service Center.
the
motor
witl
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 recommend
the following
practice
to
prevent
spillage
from
the
Carburetor
throat
and bowl
and to prevent
gum
formations
in
the
carburetor
during
15.
a,
REMOVING
Always
shroud.
MOTOR
FROM
tilt
motor
by
DO NOTPUSH
STEERING
BOAT
storage:
t.
Close fuel
lifting on rear of
DOWN
ON THE
HANDLE,
When removing
the
motor from the boat ra se the outboard
in
upward d_rect=on until
the propeller
_ars
the transom.
Hold the motor upright I(_ng
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).
2.
the
engine
is air
cooled,
it
is
16.
SALT
WATER
OPERATION
To materially
increase
the life of all exposed
parts and decorative
finishes,
follow
the steps
indicated
below.
a.
b.
c.
d.
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 ttansoms_
_
C,.
Always
carry
outboard
with the
engine
above the lower
unit to prevent: moisture
from
entering
the
engine
through
the
exhaust
d,
Steering
ports,
handle
shown in Figure
e.
....
f.
serves as carrying
14A,
handle
speed
Always
tilt your
when not in use.
Never-leave
the
motor
lower
out
of
the
water
unit
in
salt
water
0vernigh t,
possible to burn your hands on the engine
biock and upper portion
of the column,
Do not touch.
....
valve and air vent
until it stops of its own accord,
indb
caring the carburetor has run dry:
WARNING
Although
shut-off
screw at fuet filler cap,
Allow
motor
to run at idling
as
Wipe
exterior
completely
with fresh water
cloth and then apply
light coating
of oil,
Lubricate
propeller
shaft occasionafly
with
a waterproof
type of lubricant
ILithium
Grease},
thus enabling
the Propeller
to be
removed
easiiy.
It is good practice
when operating
! water
to inspect your motor
daily
,apply
a light coating
of grease
part or area
that shows evidence
rosJon Or rust,
Always
tically,
before
remove
allowing
tilting
motor
wafer
from
to drain
in salt
and t.o
to
of
boat
from
any
carver-
column
the motor.
8
TROUBLE SHOOTING CHECK LIST
• Take your
X
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×
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X
X
X
X
X
×
x
X
x
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X
X
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X
X
IncorreCt
Fuel,Oil
Mixture
X
×
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of Adju_iment
Engine
Flooded
x
x
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Type
., •
x
×
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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x
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x
X
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:×.
x
x
X
X
Weak or Defective
X
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Spark
•
X
Burned
High Tension
Secured
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Many'
insurance
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insq_:ance
f.:b'.Oa,t"
_nd
companies
offer
protection
or Loose Wiring
Lead-Salt
Water
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own
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personal
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PLATE
.
Allstate
for
Insurance
your
covering
against
damage,
theft,
insurance
for property
Injury
be wise
(Fishing
'
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contracts
engine.
outboard
'
IDENTIFICATION
.
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"
ForeignObjects
INFORMATION
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Lead Wire'lnsulation
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NUMSER:
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or Pitted
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X
X
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2000 Sears Service Unit=.
to
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information
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OPERATING LOG
NO,
L
HRS.
USED
OALS.
FUEL
USED
DATE
NO.
HRS,
USED
GALS,
FUEL
USED
_
REPLACEMENT _PARTS
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80
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ENGINE
REF. No.
PART
CYLINDER
COMP
1
CYLINDER
GASKET
I
PISTON
PISTON
RING/TOP
RING/LOWER
I
I
039-01000-200
1-9
.... 1-10
" t-ll
031-0100D,200
037,01000.200
046-01003-804
1-12
068-02000-200:
r:
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t-13
t-t4
1.15
070-0240t-20t
999-6!620-200
999-66152-500
1-16
1,17
1-18
1-19
SHROUD
PLUG
PLUG
I
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ASS'Y
RCJ.8
CIR CLIP
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P{STON PtN
i.
CRANK SHAFT
1
2
'
I
COMP
1
I
2
I
076-01000.212
999-62101-004
OIL SEAL 15257
CRANK
CASE MAG SIDE
NEEDLE
BEARING
#t0t0
I
I
I
177-20701-801
173-01046-800
CONDENSER
COMP
PRIMARY
coRD
1-20
159.20701-900
CONTACT
ASS'Y
I
1.24
071.02007,200
CRANK
SHAFT
SHIM
13,05
071.02007,210
CRANK
CRANK
SHAFT
SHAFT
SHIM
SHIM
0,10
0,15
I
I
CRANK
SHAFT
SHIM
0.20
071.02007-220
t-25
1-26
=:
- ' :
1-27
t -28
,
999-61620-200
999-66t52-500
'090-01000-200
076,0t000-212:
203-01000-201
t -29
1-30
r
WOOD, RUFF KEY 3 x 13 x 5
CRANK SHAFT WASHER
BALL
BEARING
#6202
071-02007-230
071-02007-240
BREAKER
CRANK
SHAFT SH[M 0.30
8ALL BEARING
.#6202
i:
OIL SEAL '#15257
CRANK
CASE
155"20750.800
MAGNETO
1,33
1-34
1-44
112.01048-200
202-01003-201:
FAN CASE
SECONDARY
246.20701"201
1.45
247-01000-201 .
19,1,01046-200
999-67045-000
::;173-2070i-802_"
MAGNETO
CAM
CAM SUPPORT SPRING
t -65
1-66
! .67
.:.
256-01046-200
990-11050-102
992.10050-O41
990-11050-382
1-68
992-10O50-042
!-69
990-11040-081
1-70
1-74
994.15040-101
990-11050-202
1-75
992-10050-042
1-76
1-77
1-78
065-00000-200
066-00000-200
990-11050-202
1-79
1-80
992.10050.042
992-10060-042
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CRANK
CASE DRIVE SiDE
PRIMARY
CORD GROMMET
IGNITION
COIL COMP
1 "32
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GASKET
1.31
1-52
COMP
I
1
167-20753-800
19_01046-900
1-46
1-51
i
SPARK
SPARK
041-01000-201,
i. 1.8 :i i
Q'ty
: 002,01046-800
040-0t000-201
1-6
NAME
CYLINDER
017"O
t, 4
1,5
._ PART
_
1-31.
No.
016-0t046-200
157-04000-900
0t8,00562-200
1000"
1-1
1-2
•
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FIG. I
CORD
SUPPORT
ASS'Y
ROTOR
GROMMET
SCREW 4 x 6
SCREW 4 x 101P,S
5 x 20
5
WASHER
FLYWHEEL
NUT
SCREW 5 x 20
S. WASHER
S. WASHER
_ COVER
2
I
I
I
1
,
8
'
10
SCREW 5 x 38
S. WASHER 5
S. WASHER
FLYWHEEL
I
I
CORD
PRIMARY
CORD
SPARK PLUG RUBBER
SCREW
I
COMP
POINT COVER
O-RING G-45
SCREW 5 x
WASHER 5
I
I
5
6
I
I
4
4
'
4
4
I
2
2
2
I
I
4
4
4
12
Q
11'I
150
BO
•
FIG.1
,
REF.
ENGINE
No.
PART
1-8t
1-91
991-0t060-021
NUT 6
S. WASHER
992-10040-012
99f-01030,Oll
992-10030-012
992-01030-011
1-92
1-93
1.94
1-95
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No,
NUT
S.
4
1
1
1
4
3
3
SCREW
S-
C}'ty
3
WASHER
WASHER
990-11040-t02
992-10040-042
985-35306-900
1-96 _
1-150
NAME
4
x
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3
3
1
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61
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60
44
43
42
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66
48
49
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TANK,
REF.- No.
PART
2. 1
2-2
2,3
2-4
2-5
2-6
2-7
= _ 2.8
2-9
2-I0
2.11
PART
RECOIL STARTER
TANK CAP ASS'Y
300-35306-200
600-35100-203
40t-35300-200
ENGINE COVER
TANK SUPPORT
TANK
STARTER
PAWL
790-00B01-202
992-01050-011
WASHER
788.00601"203822,00601-200
STARTER
STARTER
793.10200-200
STEp BOLT
COCK HOLDING
2-19
2-20
2-31
-2-24
398-01000-202
395,01225-200'
•
2-25
" ': : -2-26
" 2-27
394-01202-201
3gg-01000_200
390-01046.200
_,
455-22907-90t
424-10201-200,
437-10201-200,
333.01046-200
2.28
2-29
' 2-30:'_.-_
" _ 2-31
!
2-32
347,01046-200
2-33
2.34
210-35300-800
358.10112.200
RING
f
t
1
t
SPRING
1
2
2
PAWL
PAWL
SHIM
2
2
METAL
2
1
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1
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FUEL PIPE
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CLEANER
CAP
CLEANER
JOINT
CLUTCH HOLDING
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STEP BOLT
2.38
342.10112-202
CLUTCH
SPRING
2-39 .....
2-40
2-41
992-01080-011
991-0t080-011
737-01000-20t
WASHER
2.42
2-43
715-01046-200
737-01046-200
2-44
2.45
717.01046-200
2-46
226-35500-200
220.35300.200
2-47
2-48
2-49
2-50
2-51
2-52
2-53
2-54
NUT 8
MUFFLER
MUFFLER
....... MUFFLER
_
22!.35500-200
225-35500-200
227-35500-200
990-11040-252
992-10040-042
990-11060-162
992-10060-042
990.11030-101
1
1
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BASE
CLUTCH
CLUTCH
I
t.
I
2
t
1
CLUTCH FLANGE .....
CLUTCH'SPR
NG:COMP
359.10112-203
357-10112,204
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1
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3
3
3
3
t
t
BODY A
GASKET
ii:
BODY B
PiPE GASKET
MUFFLER
PiPE
MUFFLER
PIPE
MUFFLER
MUFFLER
PiPE STAy
PIPE STAY
SCREW 4 x 25
S. WASHER 4
SCREW 6 x 16
S. WASHER 6
3 x 10
1
:.: ":
MUFFLER
MUFFLER
SCREW
3
3
GASKET
STAY
'3
1
LEAD HOLDING
METAL
:.LEAD
VALVE
........
LEAD VALVE
COLLAR
LEAD VALVE
SEAT
CARBURETOR
ASS'Y
290.10112-802
.
:
PIPE STOPPER
.....
VALVE
SEAT GASKET
WASHER A
ARM coMP
2-36
2-37
1
_' '
'_:
CLIP _8
i
:::
:
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CLUTCH
2-35
1
t
1
SPECIAL SPRrNG WASHER
" STOP BUTTON
FIXING
NUT
680,01004-200
701-00817-200
• : , 2-22
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ASS'Y
5
' COCK ASS'Y
" COCK NUT
STOP BUTTON
STOP -BUTTON
700,14508-068
700-14508-050
•
Q'ty
NAME
756,00537,900
595-35100-902
18t-01004-200
1B0-01004-200"i
021-35100-201
k•
& MUFFLER
No.
662-01046-200
592-10201-900
594-00517-200
170-01046,800
266.00503.202
2-12,
2.13
2,14
2,15
2-16
2.17
2q8
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"
A
.B
1
:
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1
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1
1
1
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I
3
3
3
3
2
61
62
60 _
44
43 42
FIG.2
TANK,
CLUTCH
& MUFFLER
._
._
REF,
No.
,,,,
NQ_
2-55
990-1 I040-162
2-56
2-57
2-58
992-104;)40-042
990- ! 1040-302
992-10040-042
2-59
2"60
990-11040-t22
902.10040-042
2-61
990, ! 1060-202
2-62
2-63
2-64
992-10060,042
990-11050-122
992-10050-042
2-65
2-66
2.67
2-68
2-69
990-I 1060-252
992-10060-042:
990-11050-122
992-1O05O-042
2-70
992-01050-041
990- ! 1060-122
2-71
992- t 0060-042
2,72
012-35500,200
2.73
011-35100.200
2-100
2-101
330-35306-200
2-102
2-103
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S. WASHER
SCREW 4 x
' S. 'WASHER
_
16
4
30
4
5
SCREW 6 x :20
'&::WASHER
6
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:SOHEW!5.,12
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5
SCREW 6 x 25
S. WASHER 6
SCREW
5 x
12
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SCREW 6 x 12
S. 'WASHER 6
SHEAR
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2
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3
2
2
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SIDE MARK
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NAME PLATE
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336,35118-200
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6
6
2
2
5
SCREW 4 x. 12
S: WASHER
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331-35306-200
906-35306.200
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PART
NAME
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3. 0-1
756,00537-900
RECOIL
3-1
772.00537.200
3,2
3,3
3-8
774-04015-204
779,01006;20!
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• STARTER
PULLEY
RECOIL SPRING
BODY
I
I
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3.15
3-16
773,00100-204
814-00500.200
• STARTER
HANDLE
ASS'Y
• PULLEY
SHAFT OUTER
" STARTER
PULLEY
SHIM
3,20
3,21
990-t1050-122
992-10050.042
'SCREW
5 x T2
' S. WASHER 5
2
2
3,22
992.01060,041
992-10060-042
" WASHER
991-41060-022
782.00546-200
* BLIND
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1
1
1
•
3-28
SHAFT
1;
3-9
3_11
3-12
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ASS'Y
776-01006-207
783-00517-200
780-0060_.201
785.10207-901
3-23
3-24
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STARTER
GUIDE
6
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6
NUT 6
RECEIVE
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1
1
1
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CARBURETOR
12
I
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30 ......
31 4
PART
No,
4.0.1
._14, 1
455_22907.901
560-22902-202
4,2
4-3
4.4
597-22602-200
595-22900.200
4, 5
4. 7
594-22602-200
619-22602-200
592.22907-9t0
PART
NAME
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CARBURETOR
ASS'Y
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CABLIE ADJUSTER
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25
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ADJUSTER
sCREW
I
4-8
4.10
4-!1
59t:22907_200
623-22900-200
'622-22907-200
4-12
561-22900,900
4.!16
4-17
607.22900.200
599:22907-200
4-21
606.22900-200
" FLOAT
CHAMBER
4.25
994.34040,121
'SCREW
4 x
4,26
4.27
605-22900-200
603-22900-800
' FLOAT
• NEEDLE
ARM PIN
VALVE
4-28
628-22900-200
• FLOAT
ARM
1
1
4 -29
4-30
604-22903-200
629-22900-200
" FLOAT
* DRAIN
GASKET
1
4-31
4-37
994-31040-061
* SCREW
4 x 6
1
570.22903"200
• GASKET
4-42
990-11040.061
• SCREW
4 x
l
1
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ASS'Y
• CHAMBER
GASKET
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JET
121S
6
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1
1
1
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1
t
1
2
FIG.5
HANDLE
& BRACKET
5
16 14 15
4
17
42
43
12'-_
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39
l
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24
4O
2825
26
34
33
32
31
27
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37
FIG.5
REF,
HANDLE&
PART
No.
No.
PART
NAME
5. I
5-2
5-3
885-01046-800
870-00005-930
990-11050°252
THROTTLE
5-4
991-0t050-021
200-35300-800
NUT 5
CLUTCH
993-51042-002
999-61600-404
993-50020,002
185-35300-201
990-21060-202
992-10060-042
000,11050.202
992,10050-042
16t-35500-202
793-10200-200
992-04060-050
STOP RING C42
BALL BEARING
#6004
STOP RING C20
CLUTCH CASE
BOLT
6 x 22
S, WASHER 6
SCREW 5 x 20
S, WASHER
5
5-t9
160-35500-900
t62-35500.200
5-20
5-21
5;22
990-21080-302
992-0t080-04t
991-01080-021
HANDLE,
STEERING
HANDLE
WASHER
BOLT 8 x 30
WASHER 8
5.5
5-6
5- 7
5-8
5.9
5-10
5-11
6-12
5,13
5-!4
5.15
5-16
5.17
-
BRACKET
:
5,23
5-25
t15-35300-210
5-26
13!-35306-200
' "136_5500-200
990:!I060-I02:
5-27
5-28
5"29
1
THROTTLE
LEVER
SCREW 5 x 25
SHAFT
ASS'Y
NUT 8
S. WASHER
1
t
t
2
1
1
;-
RETURN
SCREW
SCREW
t
4
CAM
t
1
6 x 10
5 x 18
'S. WASHER
1
5
1
137,3s5oo.2ol
RETURN
138.35500-20t
992-t0050,o42
RETURN
GUIDE
PLATE
S, WASHER 5 ,
SCREW 5 x 12 : "
RETURN
SPRING
BRACKET
PIN STOPPER
5-40
8.41
5-42
5-43
990-1t050-t22.
13935800-200
, 129,35t00-200
123.35500-201
107.351_19-800
106,35tt9-800
990-21060-732
t08-35501.200
991-41060,022
5-44
992-10060,042
992-0t060°041
5-100
910-01046°200
1
1
1
8
5,31
6.32
5-37
5-38
5-39
1
ASS*Y
992-10050-042'
5-35
5-36
1
1
1
1
2
2
,1
4
DO
THRUST WASHER
BRACKET
THRUST BRACKET
990q1060-182
"
'
I
1
COMP
5-30,
5.33
5-34
1
1
HANDLE
STOPPER
STEP BOLT
WAVE WASHER 6
992-10080-042
134,35500-201
, 5,24
, Q°ty
WIRE
CAM
GUIDE
• 8RACKET
PiN' 5
CLAMP B'RACKET
'
CLAMP 8RACKET
BOLT 6 x 73
• CLAMP BRACKET
B
1
1
•
4
1
1
A
1
t
1
"
A
1
BUSHING
2
8LIND NUT 6
S. WASHER 6
WASHER
LEVER
6
MARK
4
1
t
-
1
-
T
22
_'l_.b
UKIVl:
_HAFT
PIPE
& GEAR
CASE
r':'"
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"/
........
4
@
i__ =-_¢_---_ ,,-8
• '.,'..
_....
12
3938
t5-1
26
28
27 i
1817
2t5
!
29
23
•
FIG .6
REF.
:)RIVE
No.
PART
PIPE
PART
DRIVE
DRIVE
075-36300.800
086-35500"200
999-62101.521
:
SHAFT
SHAFT
BEARING
NEEDLE
BEARING
039-35500.260
091.35500-200
ORIVE
990-2t080-402
BOLT
992-10080"042
S. WASHER
6-9
6-10
990.21080-402
992-t0080-042
034-35500-200
BOLT
'
! "
173.35500.200
174-35500-200
175-36500-200
013.35500,200
6-t8
6.19
6,20
,.
i
017.36120-200
•
330"00200"210
330-00200-230
330.00200.240
04B-36600.202
6-21
6.22
6-23
999-6t600,100
046-35500-200
PIPE' GASKET
.........
CASE
1
1
1
PROPELLER
SHAFT
SHIM
A 0.10
1
PROPELLER
SHAFT
SHIM
A 0,20
I
PROPELLER
SHAFT
SHIM
A 0.30
t
PROPELLER
STOP RING
SHAFT
SHIM
A 1.0
1
t
GEAR
GEAR SHAFT, SHIM 0.t
GEAR SHAFT SHIM 0.2
GEAR SHAFT SHIM, 0.3
GEAR CASE GASKET
BALL BEARING
#600|
GEAR CASE COVER COMP
6-27
6-28
911-35100"200
010-35306-200
COTTER
PIN
PROPELLER
6-29
6 -30
990-11060-182
992-11060.042
SCREW 6 x t8
'
S. WASHER 6
THRUST
BEARING
OIL
SEAL
.....
12227
PROPELLER
SHEAR PIN
1
1
I
l
t
1
1
t
SHAFT
1
3
....
3
1
£t|IM
'
StlAFT
DRIVE
DRIVE
PINION
SHAFT SHIM 0,f0
SHAFT SHIM 0.20
COLLAR
062.35500-200
060-35300.200
6"35
6-36
061"35509"200
PINION
026-35500-200
GEAR
COLLAR
6-37
025-35500-200
GEAR
PIN
3t7"02000.200
GROMMET
990"11060"082
SCREW
2
2
1
I
1
1
1024
DRIV_
6,33
-6-34
,
t
2
!
ASS'Y
019-35500-201
012-35500-200
•. 6.38
6.39
t
1
• BALL
BEARING
#'600 p
" PLANT BEARING
L
*OIL
SEAL 10228
999,66122-266
"
2
1
1
8 × 40
6-25
6,26
999-62102.463
On,m,3,_5ofl ?no
064-35500-200
066-36500-200
........
1
8
6.24
6-31 ....
6:12
3
2
8 x 40
GEAR
999-61600-000
032-35500-210
999-66102-200
171-35500-201
t
CLIP
1015
S. WASHER 8 .....
GEAR CASE HOLDER
DRIVE SHAFT PIPE GASKET.
091-36500-200
031-36500-900
6.15,2
6-15.3
6-17
Q'ty
PIPE
COMP
SHAFT
6-B
6.15
6.t5-1
NAME
HOLDER
BEARING
HOLDER
6-7
6"11 "
6-12
CASE
& GEAR
No.
090.35306-200
6- 1
6-2
6-3
6-4
6-5
6-6
SHAFT
0
,_(1
I
1
PINION
PIN 4 x 16
t
1
1
GASKET
6 x 8
....
1
1
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