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KG243

Getting parts for an old Evinrude Fisherman 6hp

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Where can I get parts for thing?? I broke the teeth on the rewind that start the motor so now I have to take the cover off to start the thing! I live in Cambridge but am willing to drive....

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I'd give twin cities outboard or Outboard Motor Recyclers.

I'd call first to save you a trip.

marine_man

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Call your local Evinrude dealers and see if they have the part in stock. Otherwise you can order it right from Evinrude's HSOforum.

Steve

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theres a place in raymond that has every part i have ever needed for 3 different motors on hand and at a dicount..

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KG243, Google 'Tim's Outboard Motor Service' in Hackensack,it's on the 2nd or 3rd page I think. They have new and used parts for a bunch of stuff! He has 2 or 3 BIG steel buildings full of parts. Ask for Mike, he knows his stuff. Good Luck! Phred52

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I found a HSOforum that I go to get parts for the older omc parts let me know. It goes back to 1968

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Call Darvis at Universal Repair and Salvage in West Fargo, North Dakota. Has most things old.

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I had no luck at the dealers trying to find a part for my old Honda. Finally found the part on line.

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