1962 Elgin 7.5 HP parts manual

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    huntleybill

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    #185991

    I need the grommet that fits on the shift lever where is enters the exhaust portion of the motor. I have no idea what it is called but was hoping someone would have a parts manual or know where I can get one. Also, can anyone recommend where to get parts for these Elgins?

    Thank you for your help.
    Bill

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    #185992

    A few places to find parts for your Elgin:

    http://www.elginoutboard.com/

    http://discount-marine-parts.com/ob_elgin.html

    https://www.thebrazilianconnection.com/Elgin%20Index.html

    And you might find a parts list here:
    http://precisionservoutboard.com/online-store/books/elgin-books/

    Bob

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    frankr
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    #185994

    Can we assume (??) it is a West Bend Elgin? That would expand the search field. West Bend became Chrysler, became Force.

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    huntleybill

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    #185995

    Nope, its a McCulloch. Model 574-60081

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    #186002

    Ooog, that does make a difference. Laings has some McCulloch parts. Worth a call anyway.
    http://www.laingsoutboards.com/
    I have a service manual, but no parts list

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    john8504

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    #186155

    I went nymarine.ca and found quite a few parts. Also I found a few things on,I believe, vintage outboard.

    On another note. I have the same motor and my lower unit is shot. Anyone happen to have a extra that they could part with?

    CA6EED81-0E90-434A-AAE2-3FF4458EA3D3

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    john8504

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    #186157

    Frankr, would you happen to have a copy of your manual?

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    #186159

    Send me your e-mail address in a PM

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    huntleybill

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    #186170

    If you have extra copies of the manual, I could use one too please.

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    #186173

    huntly, PM me with your e-mail address

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    john8504

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    #186303

    Got the manual. Looks great!!

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    huntleybill

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    #186470

    Thank you Frank for the advise on using http://www.laingsoutboards.com/. I ordered a fuel pump diaphragm from them for the same Elgin motor. I got the part but they sent it in a standard envelope with a (approx) 50 cent stamp on it. That is NOT really an issue for me except that they charged me $8.90 for shipping when it cost them at most 75 cents. I emailed them asking for at least a partial refund on shipping but was ignored.

    I don’t think I will be doing business with them or these kind of people.

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    dave-bernard

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    #186476

    Don’t forget it has to be taken to the post office. it is not just postage.

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    huntleybill

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    #186541

    Sorry Dave, I don’t buy that. When I ship something to someone, I don’t charge them to go to the post office. Secondly, it was a letter envelope. you walk 10 feet to the mail box, insert it, then raise the red flag. Besides that, there is that issue of ignoring my emails. I hear what you are saying but what happened to just good old fashioned customer service?

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