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Old 10-06-2014, 10:53   #1
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FS- Yamaha T9.9's by the dozen

I have 12 older ('95-'00) Yamaha T9.9 long shafts in various stages of (dis)repair that I need to get out of my garage. A couple are running with a bit of TLC, others need carbs or lower unit seals, some I haven't even looked into yet.

$1200 for the lot seems fair but I'm open to offers, I need to clean up the garage and don't have time to fiddle with them anymore.

Pick up in Kissimmee only.

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No interest? What about at $75.00 a piece for the whole lot?
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Old 15-06-2014, 16:12   #3
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Re: FS- Yamaha T9.9's by the dozen

I'd buy a prop from you if it's the exact same as a 2005 high thrust prop...
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I'm pretty sure it is. There's two types of high thrust prop and I think the change happened around 2010 or so. The older one uses a black plastic ring between the prop and the nut the new style has the ring built in. I have a few of the old style laying around.

Where are you and what do you think is a fare price? + shipping.
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Re: FS- Yamaha T9.9's by the dozen

I'm in SE Idaho. 83424.
Can you get any pics?
$30 for two plus shipping?
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Re: FS- Yamaha T9.9's by the dozen

Well?
Are they plastic, 3 blade props?
This is off the high thrust motors?
I'm assuming my price was too low...what do you think is a fair price?
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Old 20-06-2014, 17:52   #7
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FS- Yamaha T9.9's by the dozen

Sorry for the delayed response. I was out of the country and had connectivity issues.

Yes these are the high thrust three blade props in used but serviceable condition. For the price lets go with $20.00 for one including the plastic "thrust plate". (Plus shipping of course.). Will try to get a picture of one tomorrow.


I'm really hoping to find someone who wants to put these motors back in service as parting them out would leave them in my garage for quite some time.
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Man if only I was closer...gl tho!
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Re: FS- Yamaha T9.9's by the dozen

Thanks AmyTom,
I also wish I was closer. I'd be interested in the whole lot also!
Anyhow, $20 sounds fine. I look forward to a pic.
Thanks!
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Re: FS- Yamaha T9.9's by the dozen

How long is the shaft? I'm wondering about converting mine to a longer shaft.
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I believe these are all 25". They're the longest ones Yamaha made in this HP range.
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Oops. Double post.
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Re: FS- Yamaha T9.9's by the dozen

Are any of the engine the power tilt? I know the pdq typically used a manual tilt.

Also, I assume they are all the PITA auto choke models?
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Just wondering how someone ends up with 12 of these?


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