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I had a yammy 4T 15hp and it was awesome .  Very easy to start ,  very easy to service yourself , very good customer service at the dealers .

mine came from Canada on a cruising boat RIB then spent several years on a commercial flounder netting boat until the float broke  . Flounder dude had nets out and a bung  engine so he bought a new to get his nets in and I got a bargain ....put a new float in and it ran like a clock . Only did 17knots on the back of a 20 foot crabbing skiff but would still do 14knots with 6 adults on board so a fair bit more low range torque than a 2T when loaded up .

did a couple of trips with it out to the poor knights and trolled south to the chicks iand did about 50 miles on 25 litres of fuel a each time . Loved that motor but had to sell it to get Cat3 gear for the leaner 

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Talking a dead man into something seems a bit futile.      I have a merc 2 stroke 15. It’s heavy enough to lug around the boat, and I’m not really a fan of putting it on the pushpit bracke

Hard to go past a yammy 15 2 stroke. The small 4 strokes are just too heavy for what they do. But yes the Tohatsu 18 is a great little outboard also, same weight as a 15 but 20% more power!  

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Yea mate got 15 2 stroke from Fishing Boats NZ over on the shore... and was happy with the deal. They were really good to deal with as well and gave some good advice on few other questions I had.

Id recommend them and use them again no issue

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On 3/08/2020 at 11:52 AM, Veladare said:

Yea mate got 15 2 stroke from Fishing Boats NZ over on the shore... and was happy with the deal. They were really good to deal with as well and gave some good advice on few other questions I had.

Id recommend them and use them again no issue

Yeah I have heard they are good to deal with.

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