As spring nears, most of us will begin to make repairs to our boats and engines as needed. I need to replace the steering arm bushings and prop seals on my 200 EFIs. I bought a Selco manual which covers many different engines only in general terms but is not much good if you have to get into the meat of a project. Above is a link that will take you to a site that will allow you to view and print the original FACTORY service manual for many outboard engines...Mercury, Johnson, Yamaha, ect. Most of the manuals are 600-900 pages long so printing off only the parts you require to do the repair will save on some ink. I noted it does not cover every outboard ever made but if you can find yours it is worth it's weight in gold.
Did I mention this is free?
Last edited by Justified Expense; 02-21-2013 at 09:21 AM.
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