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7 HP Montgomery Ward Clinton Outboard

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  • 7 HP Montgomery Ward Clinton Outboard

    My son recently acquired a 7 HP Montgomery Ward Clinton Outboard engine -- Model K7002107A, Type 60,2737RHe wants to know if it is a 4 stroke engine or a 2 stroke engine? Or a 4 cycle or a 2 cycle engine? Can anyone help me?It looks like it is pretty old but seems to run good. Thanks


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    Re: 7 HP Montgomery Ward Clinton Outboard

    It is a 2 cycle engine. Use TCW-3 oil at a ratio of 24:1.
    “We do not inherit the earth from our fathers, we are borrowing it from our children.”

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      Re: 7 HP Montgomery Ward Clinton Outboard

      I think that the Clinton-made engines were all air cooled.If it has lots of fins on the engine it is air cooled.Use a 16:1 mix with CHAINSAW OIL, not TC-W3 oil.
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      • #4
        Re: 7 HP Montgomery Ward Clinton Outboard

        Thanks for the correction JB.
        “We do not inherit the earth from our fathers, we are borrowing it from our children.”

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        • #5
          Re: 7 HP Montgomery Ward Clinton Outboard

          Im new at this how do I get info on motor and parts suppliers. for my 70's 5 hp sea king, Clinton.

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