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Hello Everyone.

I am searching for a new or unused, 4 stroke 9.9HP Long Shaft Outboard Motor for our 26' Tylercraft, sailboat. I have some great leads. Does anyone happen to know where I could obtain a new or unused motor? I am looking at all options.

Thank you for your time.

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Re: In Need of a 4 Stroke 9.9 HP engine

I suggest you try Discount Marine and Boat Supplies - Inflatable Sales - Defender

Tohatsu 9.8 (same as a Merc or Nissan 9.9)

Good simple engines, whatever you choose, be sure you run out the fuel if you don't use it everyday and drain the carb bowl if you plan to store it for an extended period.

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Re: In Need of a 4 Stroke 9.9 HP engine

Mmmmm..........Honda dealer?
Russell's Marine 345 U. S. Rt 1 Stockton Springs, ME (207)567-4270

About 6 miles from you? I have no connection with Russell. I found them on the Honda outboard web site.
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Re: In Need of a 4 Stroke 9.9 HP engine

Thank you all, for your prompt response, it is greatly appreciated and helpful.

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Re: In Need of a 4 Stroke 9.9 HP engine

I bought a 6HP 4 stroke Tohatsu from here:

Discount Tohatsu Outboards and Nissan Outboard Motors

Delivered to your door, add oil & fuel, ran perfectly right out of the box. I think there are others, I just picked them on a search. No affiliation, just a satisfied customer.

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+1 on onlineoutboard.com
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