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Used Outboards for Sale

Welcome to UsedOutboardSale.com, we have a huge selection of new and used outboard engines from all the major manufacturers. Check out the listings below for the latest and cheapest deals on used outboard engines. You can use the navigation on the left hand side to narrow down your search or if you still can't find what you're looking for use the search box to search through thousands of used outboard engines.

Boat Engine 2-Stroke Outboard Motor CDI system 2.5kw(3.5HP) Fishing Boat Engine

Price: $269.00

2.5 HP Yamaha 2.5hp Outboard engine New!!

Price: $790.00

3.5HP Outboard Motor Boat Engine 2-Stroke Updated with Water Cooling System USA

Price: $235.00

Clean Used 1998 Honda 40 HP 4-Stroke 20" Outboard Motor

Price: $2,650.00

Mercury 25 HP 4 Stroke Outboard Motor Tiller 20" Shaft Boat Engine

Price: $3,610.00

Suzuki 2.5 HP 4 Stroke Outboard Motor Tiller 15" Shaft Engine

Price: $805.00

Outboard Motor Boat Engine With Water Cooling System 3.6 HP Two 2 Stroke USA

Price: $273.90

Johnson Evinrude 225 HP 2-Stroke 25" Outboard Motor 200 250

Price: $2,999.99

Johnson 15 HP , 2 stroke, manual start, short shaft outboard motor Very Nice

Price: $775.00

HARD TO FIND 1957 Scott-Atwater 40 HP Short Shaft Outboard Model 3675 N/R!!

Price: $149.99

Honda 50 Hp Four Stroke Outboard 20" Shaft

Price: $2,200.00

NICE ORIGINAL 1962 Evinrude BIG TWIN 40 HP Electric Start 40453S Outboard Motor

Price: $175.00

two 200 hp Johnson outboards 400 hrs

Price: $2,500.00

Clean Used 2006 Mercury 150 HP Optimax DFI 25" Outboard Motor

Price: $4,250.00

2004 Mercury 60 HP 2 Stroke 20 " Long Shaft Outboard Motor Freshwater MN

Price: $2,299.99

1975 Mecury Kiekhaefer 402 40 HP Electric Start Long Shaft Outboard Motor Ufix!

Price: $119.99

Vintage 1956 Mercury Mark 25 Outboard Motor Runs Great!!

Price: $1,013.13

NO LOWER NO SHIP 2007 Yamaha 4-Stroke 15 HP Tiller Outboard Motor elec Start 15"

Price: $850.00


Price: $289.00

Johnson Evinrude outboard Lower Cowling V4

Price: $50.00


Price: $100.00

2012 Coleman 15 HP Longshaft Outboard Motor F15BML

Price: $750.00

Vintage Evinrude Fleetwin 7.5 Outboard, Not Running.

Price: $59.00

Evinrude Yachtwin 4 HP outboard boat motor for parts

Price: $60.00

2000 Mercury 25 HP Long Shaft 2 Stroke Outboard Manual Start

Price: $1,950.00

2007 Mercury 9.9 HP 4 Stroke Outboard Motor Tiller 20" Shaft Boat Engine

Price: $1,599.99


Price: $2,890.00

NEW Yamaha 2.5HP Outboard

Price: $719.00

Vintage Evinrude Outboard Motor

Price: $250.00

For Sale 2001 Yamaha F 115 hp Four Stroke Outboard Motor Short Shaft 335 Hours

Price: $4,000.00

Outboard motors on boats where developed as a self-contained unit with engine systems and a propeller. It is mounted at the stern or rear of the boat and is the most common way to propel small boats. It provides steering controls and is designed to pivot and control the orientation of the propeller.

Acting as a rudder rather the propeller provides power; the transmission leg stays in the water. When boats are about to enter shallow water or be taken off the water, the outboard motor should be tipped forward over the mount so that you can elevate the propeller and take the transmission shaft out of water. This will avoid getting too much seaweed or hitting rocks that could possibly damage the boat's motor.

As for the history of outboard motors, a Norwegian-American inventor named Ole Evinrude in 1909 created the first outboard motor. Most outboards have two-stroke cycle engines because they are so simple and have reliability. They are also low cost and have high power-to-weight ratios. It is important that you watch the weight, especially weight that is near the stern. Boats will impede their handling if you don't pay attention to the distribution of weight in the boat.

The two-stoke cycle engine has high emissions and causes some environmental concerns that have added cost to the development of the technology. That is why some people tend to go to the four-stroke cycle outboard motor. It has meet all expectations based on emissions standards and fuel. It costs less for these motors and to run them. However, weight issues are more important in a four-stroke cycle so you have to pay attention to what's in the boat and where.

Some of the companies that make outboard motors are Mercury, Briggs and Stratton, Evinrude, Johnson, Honda, Yamaha, Mariner, Nissan, Suzki, OMC and there are other smaller and less known companies that make outboard motors. You can purchase an outboard motor online at varies sites and you can purchase parts for most brands if that is necessary. There are over a hundred different dealers that are located online that guarantee you an outboard motor that will work for your boat and that will add some quality to your boating or fishing trips.

Many people who have a boat that has outboard motor uses, it to fish on a lake. Since most boats have to be small to have an outboard motor, it is not used to often for boating. They are nice to have instead of having to paddle, but you should always have paddles located onboard because your motor may overheat or stop running. Instead of getting stuck on the lake, it's best to have a back up plan even if your motor has consistently shown durability and use.