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Old 24 October 2008, 10:37   #11
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thanks salwart got all the saftey vhf flares stuff . with the parsun was advised to buy new and parsun was in my buget billhigham give good sales pitch anyway did not get owner manual said they would post one to run in just take it easy? anyway feeling more confident naw can/t wait to get out thanks



If you call Parsun uk (Bill higham) they will email you a pdf by return

http://www.parsunoutboard.co.uk/contactus.html


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Old 24 October 2008, 11:04   #12
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think for light pleasure or leisure use the engine will be ok ,as long as its well cared for ie usual flushing through and greasing up of parts ,and it doesent get thrashed or its arse brayed out of it ,.
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Old 25 October 2008, 15:25   #13
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Does anyone have any first hand experience of these going 'pop'? I am thinking of putting an Aux on the boat - want something cheap. As an Aux it wont get used much at all, but will be well looked after.

I thought that the chinese imports have been improving to try & get rid of the poor reputation.
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Old 25 October 2008, 17:58   #14
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I parked next to a guy a few weeks back who was lifting a parsun out of his car . I asked out of interest what it was like , he said he had used it a lot all season with no problems at all , he said it had done approx 100 hrs .

When I first saw Tohatsu I just dismissed it as a no name cheapie out of ignorance
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