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    Went to local gas station and these two outboards were on sides of entrance doors,.thought to post it for shows.

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    Pictures didn't show! We like pics.
    If ya can't fix it with a hammer,ya got yourself an electrical problem.

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      If ya can't fix it with a hammer,ya got yourself an electrical problem.
      I did post the pictures and did double check if the thread showed the picture. Now they're gone!? I am still little new with this forums, like how to post YouTube or (embedded) pictures? I will try again. Likewise, can't edit anything after some time. Can delete either. I couldn't even reply to PM that were sent to me.
      Last edited by CNT; October 6th, 2019, 05:10 PM.

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        • #5
          I had the photos shown bigger (and in order) in the original post, now it's small in post #4.

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          • #6
            Now they show, nice outboards!

            If ya can't fix it with a hammer,ya got yourself an electrical problem.

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              I was at my cousin's auto shop, working on my son's car brakes. He happen to have a Yamaha outboard in there, looks old to me. Maybe it's not antique, but looks old? Not only that, it's a 4-stroke too. I didn't understand this, but it does not have a "tiller" but has a hand-handle for throttle, with a long cable (hope you can see it in the photo, it runs below the gearbox). How would this work? It's not a arm leveler (for a helm)? Here's the photos...

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