I have just recieved a old Sears outboard motor from a friend of mine. The "friend" part remains to be seen. Anyway, I already have 2 air cooled motors from Sears (1.5 gamefisher and 3.o Gamefisher) which I came to find out were actually Tanaka motors. That being said here is what I have and need help with. A 3.5 "Sears" motor. It has a yellow hood and embossed "Sears" in silver on both sides of the hood. It has a black face plate with a silver screen vent on the upper left of the face. There are 2 Red screw type Rich/Lean knobs, and 1 Start/Run/Slow sliding type lever with a red round ball knob. There is a Sears plate with the number 58598 stamped on it. But then there is a etched number(probably by another owner)58.6091, maby because the old number wasn't valid for parts anymore. I have tried all the boat parts/Sears,and whatever. I would appreciate any help. And thank you in advance.
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