Sea Bee??

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Ricko
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Sea Bee??

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Having sold a couple of nasty modern (1980's :lol: ) outboards, and having a rest from the trials and tribulations of my Seagull, I seem to have acquired a Sea Bee!

1. What are the spanner sizes used on it, as my selection of WW, AF & MM don't seem to fit terribly well?

2. Are there any sources for spares at all, it has the JAP engine?

3. How can I identify the exact model?

Currently stripping the carb to clean it and have poured some diesel down the bore to free up the rings, it pulls over but not enough compression in my opinion.
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Best bet is to post some pictures we all like pics here and I'm sure your questions will be answered china
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Ricko
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tambikeboy wrote: Wed May 27, 2020 6:16 pm Best bet is to post some pictures we all like pics here and I'm sure your questions will be answered china
Cheers, err I'm not sure how to post photos, is it easy to do?
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Simply just write a note scroll down below submit and you'll see attachment upload your pic then submit if not sure check preview to make sure it's there then submit...watch for the wee green tick before submitting china :lol:
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http://www.hofmann.f9.co.uk/seabee.html

Have a look at that site , you will get some info there . If you click on the link above it should work
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