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|05-12-2009 10:07 PM|
|sck5||i used three different bright colors of engine paint in a checkerboard pattern. Looks pretty bush league but there isnt an OB like it anywhere I have ever seen. Looks like hell but works fine. Best kind of outboad!|
|05-12-2009 07:48 PM|
What ever you
What ever you do be sure to use a zinc chromate primer!!
|05-12-2009 07:28 PM|
Do t in a way it is describable for you - outboards are the most stolen - make it unique - and less attractive for someone wanting to steal it..
|05-12-2009 07:05 PM|
Painting My Outboard Motor - Tips?
Hi all. I was given a 1980's 25 HP Evinrude OB by my Brother-in-law last weekend. While I do already have a 8 HP Nissan OB, I figure that this will be more fun for my twin 14 year-olds on our 12' inflatable. Anyway, it has been sitting in his shed for years and the paint is flaking off. Believe it or not, it actually fired up after I sprayed some starter fluid in it! Cool, now back to the paint.
I don't care about making it look showroom new, but I should stop the corrosion before it gets out of hand. So, would you all recommend partial disassembly before painting, or leave it whole? Second question is about paint - Special marine paint or just anything decent with good prep?
Thanks in advance for any input. I love this site.