Re: [OMC-Boats] tilt motor

From: William Howk <bchowk@...>
Date: Mon, 9 Jul 2012 08:38:58 -0700

Hey!! I'd be interested in a set of those myself!

On Sun, Jul 8, 2012 at 7:16 PM, <tklauber@...> wrote:

> The tilt motor in the 69 Rogue and Sportsman is a Prestolite ETK-402.
> It is covered well in the Seloc manual. You see them cheap and often on
> ebay. Make sure you get one from a reputable seller. I have seen some good
> and bad ones one ebay. New ones can be had online for around $100 and on
> up.
> Anybody in the plastic molding business out there? The insignia on the
> boat sides are pretty much toast and I NEVER see them on ebay. You know
> what I am talking about. Those red and blue flags next to the Evinrude
> inscription. Mine on the Rogue and Sportsman are cracked and shriveled up.
> Wonder what it would take to get them made. They are complicated having a
> plastic base with 4 plastic prongs held in place with a clip and a little
> rubber washer. The color comes from paint or silk screen I think. Any body
> out there with any ideas on that? Also need to find an aluminum extruder to
> remanufacture the rub rails. That will be tough as they come in one piece
> per side meaning they would be very long and hard to ship if available.
> Just a wild thought. Tom
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