Re: [OMC-Boats] Engine parts help

From: scottveazie@...
Date: Thu, 06 Dec 2007 15:41:52 +0000


I've decided I don't have the time to deal with the 1966 Sportsman 155 I just picked up. Somebody local on the list want to make an offer? Has original Evinrude trailer in good shape with new axles, wheels and tires, all lights work. The boat was last registered in 05 in CA, need work in various places but I do believe it will run well again with a new carb and battery. The outdrive is there and in ok shape, chipped skeg, and needs some repair to the shift wires. It's had fiberglass repair, but at this point I just don't have time for all this. I wanted to fix her up and restore her but I don't have the time and I still have my 22' Glastron. I'm in Camas, WA just across from Portland. I would like to see her go to someone on the list. Thanks!


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From: Michael Cain <mgcain@...>
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Hey Andy!

Maybe you can find the info on the BRP website. The HU-16C is listed under 'sterndrive', '1968', '155'. If the link below doesn't work, go to the BRP website and look under 'Parts'.

Happy Holidays!


1968 Chris Craft Corsair

Salem, Oregon

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From: Andy Perakes
Sent: Dec 5, 2007 6:57 PM
Subject: [OMC-Boats] Engine parts help

The snow is flying in MI/Canada, and I had my mechanic pull the engine from my 1967 Reveler to give it a little TLC, clean the oil pan, add an oil drain hose, and route a drain line from the fuel pump bleed to the carb so it won't go boom in case it should ever fail again.  The shop is near our summer home in SW Ontario while I'm in Detroit and the mechanic is having trouble finding some parts he thinks need replacing (oil pan gasket, exhaust hoses, and coolant hoses) and asked me to look around here.  Unfortunately I forgot to ask him for the part numbers and I forgot all of my manuals at the cottage.  Any chance anyone might have their shop manual handy and not mind looking up these part #s for me?  I wanted to do some shopping on the internet tonight as I've had reasonably good luck finding parts this way and obviously I can't call for the p/#s since the shop is already closed.  The engine model # is HU-16C; if anyone happens to be out there and doesn't mind looking up the info, I'd much appreciate it.  Btw, while he hasn't checked compression yet, he said the rods and caps looked like new.  This is the first time any major maintenance like this has been done so these things were really build for the long haul!  At this point I'm planning to keep it for at least a few more years (MI is pretty much in a 1-state recession right now and I can't help but draw parallels between my employer, Ford Motor Co, and the "other" Ford family business, the Detroit Lions.), but I can't help looking at the new Four Winns and Stingrays.  Has anyone taken a close look at any of the new boats lately and predicted their longevity vs. our J&Es?  Is there anything out there in this class that's built nearly as well?  Happy off-season maintenance to all!
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