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jhals68

1975 Johnson 6hp outboard.

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The motor has not been run for a few years, the last time I used it I broke the prop and have not replaced it. I bought it about 7 years ago and got a lot of good use out of it, it ran perfect the last time I was out, but again that was a few years ago. The motor may need a tune up, and it definitely needs a prop. I would like to ge $300 but I am open to offers that aren't insulting (it doesn't take up that much space in my garage). I have no pictures, But it is in good condition

Thanks

Jeff

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I would be interested but I would really like to see some pictures if at all possible.

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If I considered buying it How far do I drive to get it? confused.gif

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The motor is located in Minnetonka. I put the motor in a tank last night and it started right up. It had not been started for three years and it fired up almost immediately! Good old Johnsons!

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Does this motor have the gas tank built in or do you need a hose and tank?

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The gas tank is not built in. I have the hose and gas tank for it,it is included with the motor. Thanks

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TTT

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Long or short shaft?

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    • megofishing
      I agree with AlwaysFishing--you can come down in line weight for braid if you're just straight up bass fishing. I personally like 30lb if there are a lot of toothy critters around. I use 50-60lb when going after pike and muskie. Have you ever tried fireline for your spinning rod? When jigging, wacky worming, etc., I use 8-12lb fireline exclusively--you can feel EVERYTHING and no stretch is an added bonus. 
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