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Old 04-12-2009, 03:49 PM
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Default WTB: 130-150 Evinrude or Yamaha 2-Stroke

I'm looking for a newer than 2000 130-150hp Evinrude or Yamaha 2-stroke to replace my 1988 Evinrude 120 that is on my older 20 Mako so it has to be a 20" shaft and preferably with low hours.

I may consider something a couple years older if it has been well taken care of but it must be in great condition. Anything new right now, I just can't afford or justify for a 1973 Mako.

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Dan
Old 04-13-2009, 09:22 AM
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Got a 2003 Evinrude 150, Bmail if interested.
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Message sent.

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Old 04-14-2009, 09:20 AM
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Not low hours, or the brands you want, but I have a couple 1999 150 Optimaxes with 618 and 630? hours that run good. $3500 or $6000 for the pair.
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What is the matter w/ the evinrude?

I am looking for a 20" shaft 115-135 hp to replace a 115 Ficht (I just don't trust it).

If in okay condition, what are you asking?
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CaptG, Thanks for the offer but I'd like to stay with Evinrude or Yamaha. Absolutely nothing against a Merc, I've just always had one or the other and there are dealers for both really close to where I live. Thanks Again !!

FishOn, It's just your typical older evinrude that starts a little rough like you'd expect, the shifting can be touchy at times and the steering is not as lose as I'd like. There may be a couple other small things, but nothing that would stop me from putting it in the water in a couple weeks. Honestly, it looks like crap but it runs great. I haven't really given much thought about selling it yet. I need to find a newer one first.

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