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Bobcatbeej

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A buddy of mine found an old 7 hp Eska motor in his garage that belonged to his Dad. Anyone give me any info on the Eska company. It's probably late 60's early 70's model from what his Mom said. Thanks

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The same exact thing happened to me about 10 years ago. The motor had a built in tank and it could be twisted in 360 degree circle. Someone should feel free to correct me if I'm wrong, but I beleive he told me back then that it was a model sold thru Sears.

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Bobcat....

To the best of my knowledge, Eska is out
of business. Go to your public library - look
in the online catalog or card catalog for
a book with the title "Old Outboard
Service Manual Vol 1". This book covers
many of the old outboards - identifies the
age by year and serial number/model number.

Not all are in there - but in many cases
you can use the info anyway from a similar
model.

This book will have gas/oil ratios, tune
up info, etc.

Good luck

UG

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