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Old 25 January 2016, 15:20   #1
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Hi what is the best way to transport outboard motor as i have a sib rolled up in trailer.
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Old 25 January 2016, 17:25   #2
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Straight up ideally but on its side is fine, lie it down according to manufactures recommendation, usually if it's oldish 4 stroke you'd keep the carburettor side up so that oil stays inside

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Hi Phil,

As previously said but depends on whether it's 4 stroke or 2. 2 strokes can be laid down without a prob but 4 strokes generally have manufacturers guidance.
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