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Power trim for 40 hp Evinrude

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  • Power trim for 40 hp Evinrude

    Last year we purchased an used 13' BW ('73) with a late '80 Evinrude 40 hp. We used the boat extensively in the sounds, which means we always needed to look out for shallow waters. We would like to add a power trim, so we are able to maneuver over shallows more easily. Also my wife is not able to lift the heavy motor.Any recommendations for an economical solution? Any comment welcome.


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    Re: Power trim for 40 hp Evinrude

    hello either a bracket type like the CMC unit which does not mount well on that curved transome or go to the dealer and buy the kit. you may hunt around and find a blown motor with trim. post me your engine model number as I am parting one out.
    no tech questions by PM, they wont get answered.
    you have to be trusted by the people that you lie to .

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    • #3
      Re: Power trim for 40 hp Evinrude

      Rodbolt,I don't have the S/N handy, but it's a 89 Evinrude 40 hp.

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      • #4
        Re: Power trim for 40 hp Evinrude

        Rodbolt,If PKSWalt doesn't take your offer or you have another, I am interested. Model TE40ELETB. Email: mjmullen4@ yahoo . com Spaced it out so hopefully that will foil the spy pgms.Thanks,Mark
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        • #5
          Re: Power trim for 40 hp Evinrude

          ok let me look I have an 89 40 outback that is manual and a 2000 50 with trim that are history. I have to get rid of my junkyard soon. maybe moving its warm in venezuela
          no tech questions by PM, they wont get answered.
          you have to be trusted by the people that you lie to .

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