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Greetings! IU was in MG Machenery Supply, 284 Gullas St, 254 1719, and saw a Mecury outboard motor (new) a rice plow (big), lawn mowers, and grass cutters, welders, gen sets, and repair and parts for many small motors.

Block and tackel 12 ton, as well as a oil drum hand pump for refueling dozers.

Was sent there as Belmont had no parts to repair my grass cutter they sold me last year. If you need after sales service, go here not Belmont, which is a joke!

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SkyMan
Mecury outboard motor

Knock off.

 

R. Gullas or V. Gullas?  (R Gullas is straight and about 1 block long.)

 

Parking?

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RogerDat

V, and what is parking???

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SkyMan

 

 

what is parking???
Ok, then how big was the outboard?

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RogerDat

About what would look right on a 25 footer for river / lake use in US. Call them.

Is your avatar your GP?

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hilyfe

Wonder if its possible to use an outboard motor on a bangka

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thebob

Wonder if its possible to use an outboard motor on a bangka

 Sure it is, lots of bancas in Moalboal use 55 Yamahas.

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hilyfe

How do they connect it to the back?

Im guessing the back of the bangka is not like the front?

And does it turn better than the regular bangka?

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Is your avatar your GP?
Actually my GGGP.  William Pittenger (January 31, 1840 Knoxville, Jefferson County, Ohio – April 24, 1904 Fallbrook, California) was a Union Army soldier during the American Civil War and a recipient of the Medal of Honor.

 

He's considered the fifth recipient of the CMH but he was in the first group of 6 who received their's in the same group for their roles in the Great Locomotive Chase.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Locomotive_Chase Many others in that group received the CMH at a later date.

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Davaoeno

Wonder if its possible to use an outboard motor on a bangka

 

when i grew up in northern ontario we would sometimes attach a small outboard to our canoes [ especially if we were going a long distance].  We just made cross piece out of plywood and bolted it to the canoe- then screwed the outboard onto the plywood.   If it could be done on a 16 foot canoe I'm sure it could be done on a bangka

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hilyfe

Cool thats looks great

Thats a nice canoe

Wouldnt it be better you have two outboard one on each side heheheh

Or that would be to heavy?

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SkyMan

Cool thats looks great

Thats a nice canoe

Wouldnt it be better you have two outboard one on each side heheheh

Or that would be to heavy?

It's only a slight trim adjustment for the motor to be offset like that.  I would go with a larger single motor before trying to get 2 motors linked as, yes, it would add a lot of weight (and noise) and be a general pita.  Besides, canoeing isn't supposed to be a high speed activity.

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hilyfe

I think ill try that with my bangka in ilocos lol

Ill make them cut off the back so itll be flat and connect an outboard

What do you think will it work?

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SkyMan

I think ill try that with my bangka in ilocos lol

Ill make them cut off the back so itll be flat and connect an outboard

What do you think will it work?

Yes, but you might find you have to cut off quite a bit to make a large enough flat spot and to get the screw down in the water.  I would suggest you put it on the side like the canoe and if you don't like it you can take it off.

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hilyfe

You have a good point there

Im going to try that someday

Right now its just a paddle bangka heheh

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