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Old 03 April 2019, 01:16   #1
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Storage of 15hp suzuki outboard

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Says store on side , guildence on ob to which is best.

How long can u do this as got it on a stand but wondering if I can store it long term on the side.

Efi 15hp Suzuki, new
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Storage of 15hp suzuki outboard

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Says store on side , guildence on ob to which is best.



How long can u do this as got it on a stand but wondering if I can store it long term on the side.



Efi 15hp Suzuki, new


Personally Id keep it on a stand. Less chance of the cowlings getting damaged & takes up less room. On its side for transport. Usually they can only be laid on one particular side, make sure you get it the right way round.
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I laid my 20hp Suzuki in the car wrong side up once. Scared me but there were no ill effects or spilt oil. Stored it in my garage on a home-made stand using a sack truck as the base.

Recommended to buy some flushing muffs so you can run the engine while on the stand. Don't run the engine using the supplied flushing adaptor.
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