Old Sears outboard

Discussion in 'Bubba's Outboards' started by CountryHart, Jul 13, 2008.

  1. CountryHart

    CountryHart New Member

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    I recently aquired an old Sears motor. # is 60920 and under that is #0092372B
    It's a small motor that you have to turn around for reverse. Hasn't got a fuel line but the motors not stuck. I'm wondering how old this relick is and if a person could find a fitting for the fuel line. I don't need the thing but it's pretty neat and would like to try and get it to run if possible. Thanks in advance
     
  2. justwannano

    justwannano Active Member

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    Looks like from 1969 to 1985 Eska Company Dubuque Iowa made Sears outboards. Looks like they were from 1.2 to 15 hp. But their model # started with 58 and 59.
    I know that ain't much help but it may help with what it ain't.
    have a good one
    just
     

  3. whisker maniac

    whisker maniac New Member

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    That's a great find. Will be really cool if ya can get her running again.

    Good Luck.
     
  4. CountryHart

    CountryHart New Member

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    Thanks fellows, it's of no use to me but i would enjoy seein her run again. It don't show hp, but it's a little single cylinder.
     
  5. justwannano

    justwannano Active Member

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    I just googled Sears Outboard motors and came up with a lot of stuff.
    Among them was Some guy named Jim who belongs to "The antique outboard motor club."
    Might be a source of info for you.
    Another possibility is ebay.
    Thats where I got the manual that I found the model #s I told you about.
    Check out the pre 1969 under 30 hp manuals.
    Or just wait for Bubba. He's our outboard expert.
    Good Luck
    just
     
  6. dominoman

    dominoman New Member

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    John, looks like there should be 3 numbers before that first #, I have a cd that has old outboard information, diagrams and such on it, first thing is to get it identified as to who made it for sears. 2nd set of #'s should be the serial #.