Used outboards can be a valuable asset. Remove and isolate spark plug leads from spark plugs. This is especially true when it comes to Used outboards. They have exceptional service. The boat batteries could be completely dead and I could easily pull start the engine to start producing power. Starting an engine out of water can damage it and over time, it can dry rot and fall apart. In the next article in this series I will discuss my own 2nd hand outboards strategy. I would expect an engine of that size to be an electric start with a key and either turn the key a bit further like a car or push a starter button. Fuel system is external, so less danger in some ways. When it start slowly push in the choke or release the button. These can be gold when you are trying to choose just the right 2nd hand outboards. Inboard is likely to last much longer. No diesel fumes inside. I could get gas at any gas station, or simply load the external tanks in the dingy to go to a dingy dock when anch

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Tohatsu celebrates 60-year milestone
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Nissan Marine will stop producing outboards
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Tohatsu America joins with Honda on outboard lineup
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Honda/Tohatsu Outboard Sales Business Agreement Statement
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