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Charges a battery. Manual start. Starts 1st pull. Sips gas.

$1600

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I measure 18" from cavitation plate to transom mount.

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Good motor! I have a bf20h. And I can troll 8 hours pushing my 31ft boat on less than 2.5 gal.

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No alternator?  With that measurement is that considered a long shaft?

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1 minute ago, wallaholic said:

No alternator?  With that measurement is that considered a long shaft?

It does have an alternator. 

I don't know how to answer the long/short shaft question.  When I look up specs, it says 15" transom height is short and 20" is long.  I measure 18" from transom clamp to cavitation plate.  Maybe someone else can help me out here.

 

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It sounds and looks like a long shaft.  Just sometimes pictures can fool the eye.  You have my attention but I must remove some garage items to acquire more items.  Thanks, they are great motors!  I have a 9.9 that I used as a kicker and I could troll 18 hours on a 3 gallon tank.  Unmatched 

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3 hours ago, Zebedee said:

It does have an alternator. 

I don't know how to answer the long/short shaft question.  When I look up specs, it says 15" transom height is short and 20" is long.  I measure 18" from transom clamp to cavitation plate.  Maybe someone else can help me out here.

 

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Post a pic of the serial # and model # plate or sticker. One of those numbers should help identify what the shaft length is.

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I don't see any info there. Is there a model # sticker or plate?

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Nope, I don't have a clue. I've never owned a Honda.

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Short shaft, long shaft? Is this still available? Would love to see this motor. Please pm me id like to talk

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Sold...I'll change the tag when I can (App is having issues gets an error code when I try).

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