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Help identify tilt and trim motor

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  • Help identify tilt and trim motor

    I have a 1976 Johnson 75 hp stinger, model 75elr76d. I don't believe that this motor came with tilt and trim, and the motor on it now is ruined. The hydraulic unit seems to work good, holds pressure, etc., so I only want to replace the electric motor. The motor base is 2 7/8" outside diameter.

    here are some pics. The only identifier on the hydraulic pump is the number 12484. Can anyone help me figure out what these are so that I can order a new motor? Thanks




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    Re: Help identify tilt and trim motor

    That's a Prestolite reservoir and motor sold as a unit OEM #172850. Arco has a unit number 6208 that will replace the assembly, or try sea-way.com in Seattle WA.

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      Re: Help identify tilt and trim motor

      Have you tried taking the motor apart? If the wiring isn't fried it may be stuck brushes or just a dirty stator which you can clean with 220 or finer sandpaper or emery cloth. Clean and grease the end caps and put her back together and give it a try.

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        Re: Help identify tilt and trim motor

        Originally posted by ezeke View Post
        That's a Prestolite reservoir and motor sold as a unit OEM #172850. Arco has a unit number 6208 that will replace the assembly, or try sea-way.com in Seattle WA.
        Thank you!!

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          Re: Help identify tilt and trim motor

          Originally posted by Les Robb View Post
          Have you tried taking the motor apart? If the wiring isn't fried it may be stuck brushes or just a dirty stator which you can clean with 220 or finer sandpaper or emery cloth. Clean and grease the end caps and put her back together and give it a try.
          Unfortunately, the motor is rusted and the seals are gone.

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