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    Hi Everyone,
    I'm new to this forum,just joined today.I recently bought an aluminum Sea King with an 18hp. evinrude outboard.I'd like to buy a factory owners manual for it but I have no idea what year it is.The # on the transom plate is 18702R E10920.I don't know what this # means.Can anyone help me out?

    Thanks,
    Dieseldog

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    Re: 18hp.evinrude

    18702R is model # the rest is serial #. it is a 1967 fuel:oil ratio 50:1. you need service and parts manual, as parts are not on the web.
    http://www.outboardbooks.com/index.c...=1967&ID=60752
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      Re: 18hp.evinrude

      It is a 1967, check www.ebay.com for a manual, or www.outboardbooks.com or right here on iboats for a factory reprint.

      sorry TD, Im toooo slow!
      Chris

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        Re: 18hp.evinrude

        Thanks for your help guys.

        Dieseldog

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          Re: 18hp.evinrude

          The 1967 parts book is not on the web, but the 1968 is. 90%+ of the parts are the same. http://shop.evinrude.com/

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