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    MATTHEW B. PIEKLIK

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    #188295

    Hi All, Just picked up a Scott Atwater 1-30 16 HP at auction for $50.00. I even got the controls too. My serial number is 51901988. So I think that makes it a 1951 . Anyone know where I can get the proper parts / service manual? Thanks , Matt.

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    #188312

    Here are the parts

    Specifications

    Skirts

    Crankcase

    Gaskets

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    #188318

    More

    Lower-Unit

    Lower-Unit-Parts-List

    Magneto

    Propeller

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    #188325

    More. Sorry, I’ll have to hunt for the carburetor. I have it somewhere</strong

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    #188328

    Carburetor

    MD-43A-Carburetor

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    MATTHEW B. PIEKLIK

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    #188379

    Thank you thank you thank you! ( I feel like Gomer) This really helps a lot. Took the covers off and found NGK A-6 plugs. Had spark on #1 cylinder. Pulled the fly wheel. Coils are toast. Originals. So now , I”m on the hunt for the usual suspects. The motor looks like it’s from outer space. So cool. Can’t wait to run it on the lake next year. Again, Thanks for the help!

    David Bartlett
    David Bartlett

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    #188408

    That is a cool looking motor!

    David Bartlett
    Pine Tree Boating Club Chapter

    "I don't fully understand everything I know!"

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    adrift

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    #188496

    I have one of those locked up though. I may have a service manual on cd. I will have to check. I think these are cool motors also. They are built like a tank. With the controls is special. If I can figure a way to contact you by direct email I might can get you to a manual or a link to dropbox might work better.
    Regards
    Mike B.

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    #188514

    The driveshaft on those is very unusual; various pieces connected together. When (if) you get it apart…..I’d like it if you could post some pictures of the driveshaft?
    Thanks, Chuck

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