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  • Steve D
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    #207375

    That’ll work out great. So what if you have to go to the laundromat for a while 🙂

    Buccaneer
    Buccaneer

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    #207384

    The water supply test plate in action.
    Maybe I should have made a gasket for the test plate, but
    it seem to move plenty of water thru the motor.
    First time I’ve ever heard this one run………. it shows promise!
    I did not attempt to adjust the high speed.
    In my haste I hit the start button and nothing happened, and then
    realized this was the motor that I robbed the mercury switch from
    2 years ago. Had to jumper the wires for now.

    Prepare to be boarded!

    bobw
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    #207388

    We have a runner! Great restoration and good job on the water test plate. Also like your test stand starter box.

    Bob

    1954 Johnson CD-11
    1956 Johnson RD-18
    1958 Johnson QD-19
    1959 Johnson QD-20
    1957 Evinrude Fastwin 18

    "Every 20 minute job is only a broken bolt away from a 3-day project."

    Steve D
    Steve D


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    #207432

    “Maybe I should have made a gasket for the test plate”

    You can’t see it too well in my other picture Buc but I glued a piece of rubber to the back of the plates and it does help the seal. If someone wanted to use an original plate instead of making one this would also block all the holes off.

    I like your idea of blocking off the rear water intake from the inside to help direct the flow up.

    rubber-backed

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