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Contribute Last edited by Justin on 06/12/06


Contribute Last edited by Justin on 06/12/06

Outboard Motors

These can either be your best friend or your worst nightmare. When repair time comes around be ready to let the cash flow. They are great and mostly everyone has them.
When you choose a boat, look at the motor to. Find out how many MPG's it gets to know when to fill up. Make sure the warranty is also good. Outboards range from 2 Horsepower to the new yamaha 350 horsepower designed for offshore boats.

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Contribute Originally contributed by Eric Dellaratta on 05/27/08
Last edited by Eric Dellaratta on 05/27/08

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