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Old 14-08-2011, 10:21   #1
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Arrow Yamaha 8hp 2-Stroke 15" (Short) Shaft

This outboard is from northern summer camp (sold) and used seasonally, never touched fresh water. Runs like new and looks great. New oil lower unit. There is a small chip in the cowl on the left side, see pic. It will troll all day at slow idle and planes a 14' aluminum boat with 2 adults. Has original tool kit under cowl. With a weight of only 60 lbs, it would make a great power solution for a sailboat dinghy/RIB vs 90 lb 4 stroke, much easier to move around and it can be laid on it's side. Can't get these new in USA anymore since the EPA has a death grip on the economy. Can be picked up in Tampa/St Pete's area or shipped to your zip at cost. Can send more pics/info on request $975
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Old 14-08-2011, 15:35   #2
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Re: Yamaha 8hp 2-Stroke 15" (Short) Shaft

Never touched fresh water?

You said "see pic", but I don't see a pic.
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Re: Yamaha 8hp 2-Stroke 15" (Short) Shaft

Should read as follows-there were pics att but they didn't get posted after the admin got through with it;
This outboard is from northern summer camp (sold) and used seasonally, never touched salt water. Runs like new and looks great. New oil lower unit. There is a small chip in the cowl on the left side, see pic. It will troll all day at slow idle and planes a 14' aluminum boat with 2 adults. Has original tool kit under cowl. With a weight of only 60 lbs, it would make a great power solution for a sailboat dinghy/RIB vs 90 lb 4 stroke, much easier to move around and it can be laid on it's side. Can't get these new in USA anymore since the EPA has a death grip on the economy. Can be picked up in Tampa/St Pete's area or shipped to your zip at cost. Can send more pics/info on request $975
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1993 Yamaha outboard service and repair manuals in CD format
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Re: Yamaha 8hp 2-Stroke 15" (Short) Shaft

Is your outboard still available?

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Re: Yamaha 8hp 2-Stroke 15" (Short) Shaft

Yes, I still have it
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The outboard is sold
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