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Old 02-04-2024, 04:20   #1
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Known suppliers for "old" outboards parts

I inherited with my boat an old 2hp Mariner 2 stroke (I think 2b model - in the German manual i have it says 2ps model - dont have the english version)
by the looks of it, the engine sat on the pushpit for most of its life - needs some TLC, grease and cleaning

I also received a 2.5 hp Tohatsu 2 stroke which looks also not very used
both boats sat in one marina for 15 yrs unused

before going through the engines and perishables i am looking for parts suppliers in either Portugal\Online for these "old" engines

from what I found online, the Mariner is actually a rebadged Yamaha 2b' but i dont know if the Tohatsu is similar to anything

Anybody know an outlet online store good for parts such as gaskets, impellers etc? google wasnt that helpful
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Re: Known suppliers for "old" outboards parts

ebay is a good place to look. There are people that part out old engines.
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Re: Known suppliers for "old" outboards parts

In the early 1970s, Mercury Marine marketed a second line of outboards, branded “Mariner”. Mariner was originally built under a joint venture with Yamaha. In 1999, the decision was reached to end Mariner sales in the U.S., but to continue distribution internationally, in markets where it remains popular.
These days portables, in the 2.5 to 30 HP 4 strokes, and 2.5 to 50 HP in the 2 strokes, are mostly produced by Tohatsu [Nissan].

Yamaha 2B Owner's Manual ➥ https://www.manualslib.com/manual/10...Yamaha-2b.html

Tohatsu 2.5 & 3.5 Owner's Manual ➥ https://www.tohatsu.com/tech_info/ow...-5A2_3-5B2.pdf
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Re: Known suppliers for "old" outboards parts

I have found parts for my old outboard on Boats.net that I couldn't find elsewhere, but recently their inventory is dwindling. It is in the US though.
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https://www.marineengine.com/parts/m...00101-and-up-m - has what you need but only ships to the USA. You would have to use a freight forwarder.


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Re: Known suppliers for "old" outboards parts

marineengines.com is the place to go
It is in nowhere Vermont ( I used to live there) the staff is very friendly and knowledgeable.
They seem to have almost any make
I have repaired/rebuilt my 1970 6 hp Johnson outboard with their parts for years
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