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    rayr

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    #1256

    I picked up a Johnson and not sure what I have. The serial number is 644287, this motor is in such original shape my wife even appreciated it. Any info woul be great.
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    RICHARD A. WHITE
    RICHARD A. WHITE
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    #14268

    Pictures? That serial number says 1948…..

    http://www.richardsoutboardtools.com

    Mumbles
    Mumbles
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    #14273

    We need the model number to identify the motor.

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    rayr

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    #14302

    I have looked everywhere for model number, except under the recoil starter. Do I need to go there?

    Why is it every time I go to the shop there is another motor? Do they breed in the dark?

    RayR

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    mr-asa
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    #14305

    Throw some pictures up?

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    legendre

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    #14309

    Depends on the year of manufacture, but model no. is typically stamped (sometimes crudely) on a raised boss or other flat-ish surface near the bottom of the power head case, aka the "engine block".

    Typical 40s-50s models would be "HD25", "TD15", TD20" etc. Two letters + two numbers is typical.

    Unless there is a separate model / serial plaque, it’s going to be stamped directly into the case 99% of the time.

    BTW – Howdy friends, old & new! I was totally flummoxed when I couldn’t find the forum.. just figured out what went on with the server loss, and got re-regged today!

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