Removing outboard

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Removing outboard

Postby Danoutdoors » Thu Oct 12 2017 12:22

Quick question, need to remove my 20hp motor, it's wired in for console steering, I want to remove it for a couple of reasons, apart from the weight will I struggle to take it on and off easily, will the couplings deteriorate or any other negatives, thanks

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Re: Removing outboard

Postby Fenlandesox » Thu Oct 12 2017 13:40

depends if its bolted through the transom

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Re: Removing outboard

Postby Danoutdoors » Thu Oct 12 2017 13:44

No it's just on the turn over cramps, thanks

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Re: Removing outboard

Postby Crackoff » Thu Oct 12 2017 16:56

It should have a quick disconnect plug, maybe under the hud/cowling

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