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Which repair manual?

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I need to pick up a manual for a 1983 35 hp Evinrude and want to know which one works the best for someone who can follow directions OK. The 2 brands I see are Clymer and Seloc. Is one more detailed than the other?

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Ditch one and burn the other. If you want a serious manual that will help and not dump $ 35.00, then get an original OMC factory manual, there are many on Ebay, Amazon, or other web sites. Cost is same as the Clymers/Selocs.

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