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Ted Williams 15 hp model number/parts?

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  • Ted Williams 15 hp model number/parts?

    I have a Ted Williams 15 hp with a tecumseh engine and the only numbers i could find on the motor tag were, 381b and 7754696 and neither seem to be the model number. I'm trying to find a coil for it but I need model numbers. The only number i could find on the coils is 7026 but nothing seems to come up when i search under that number.

  • #2
    Its a 1975 Eska. The 381B is the engine type. Twin cylinder 50:1 fuel mix J13Y plug. Ebay has a bunch of coils.Type in the search bar on ebay eska outboard coil and find the one like yours.
    Every day is a new day..... GO FISHING and take the wife or she gets mad....

    1986 Durham 16 side counsel 35 Evin

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    • #3
      I've looked all over ebay, and just typed in what you said to, and i have only found one used coil that is the same type, just came off a 7hp engine, would that cause any problems? Both the 7hp and my 15hp run the same spark plugs.

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      • #4
        should work just fine....could you by chance post a pic of it..Possible I can point you in another direction for a new one
        Last edited by brim_buster; October 6th, 2017, 01:50 PM.
        Every day is a new day..... GO FISHING and take the wife or she gets mad....

        1986 Durham 16 side counsel 35 Evin

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        • #5
          Here you go

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          • #6
            Tecumseh part # 610785A called a transformer. Does the motor have spark and run good.
            Every day is a new day..... GO FISHING and take the wife or she gets mad....

            1986 Durham 16 side counsel 35 Evin

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            • #7
              well one of my coils isn't giving spark, so now it doesn't have spark yet i bought a used coil so it should get spark soon and because it didn't have spark i don't know if it runs good or not. The guy i got it from said it did but who knows.

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              • #8
                Great motor when you get it running. Not a fan of the solid state ignition but you wont be disappointed. I dont know if you can get those parts from a Tecumseh dealer or not.
                Every day is a new day..... GO FISHING and take the wife or she gets mad....

                1986 Durham 16 side counsel 35 Evin

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                • #9
                  I was about to start my own thread. However, since this one is up here. I have seen someone else post on Iboats that the Sierra 18-5193 coil works as a replacement. I have the 15 hp ted williams/esko motor as well.
                  1. Can anyone confirm that?
                  2. Are there any other coils that would work?
                  -Does anyone know the Ohm readings that the primary and secondary coil should have?


                  I have seen a different Sierra coil # posted for the 7.5hp version.

                  Thanks,

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                  • #10
                    Well I just bought the coils. Will know in a few days if they work.

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                    • #11
                      But what if its the solid state ignition, then you bought new coils and might need to replace that.
                      Every day is a new day..... GO FISHING and take the wife or she gets mad....

                      1986 Durham 16 side counsel 35 Evin

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                      • #12
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                        Originally posted by brim_buster View Post
                        But what if its the solid state ignition, then you bought new coils and might need to replace that.
                        The coils tested bad. So I'll start there I guess. Haven't had time to evaluate the ignition.

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