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Old 01 November 2011, 13:32   #11
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Old 01 November 2011, 13:50   #12
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I don't see the problem you're describing? Looks normal to me what is the issue when installed on the boat again?
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Old 01 November 2011, 13:58   #13
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hey well it doesnt show on the photo's well but the engine is at an angle pointing upwards so the top isnt level ect, is it surposed to be like this as this is my first johnson outboard?
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Old 01 November 2011, 14:02   #14
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Wats it like sleeping wit ur engine ? Does she growl at night !!!!
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Old 01 November 2011, 14:17   #15
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Looks ok to me too ,
i can see what your getting at , though a good few boat transoms have a slight angle to them anyhow ,

have you at all tryed pulling the long adjusting pin out and seeing how far it moves then .
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Old 01 November 2011, 14:29   #16
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she does growl now and again when she hasnt been used in a while and yeah hmm well I shall just have to stick it on the SIB and see whats what and how she handles
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Most transoms have a bit of aft slant to them. You can't really judge level on the stand, has to be on the boat. Trim pin hole 1 or 2 would be pretty normal though.
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Old 02 November 2011, 03:37   #18
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As others say the outboard looks OK and the transom angle should take care of the slight out of vertical in the on the stand pics... only way to tell is photos of it on the boat though.
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