Husky conversion

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Rickard m   1 mW

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Husky conversion

Post by Rickard m » Feb 13 2019 3:38pm

My dad had this beautiful outboard motor from 1961 standing for many years, he found it in the trash.. I need a new winter project so I took it :wink:

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fit nice under the lid
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Some paint,
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fit good
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Had a sprocket that fited to the axle, welded on a 12mm socket, that fit to the original drive shaft.
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the prop was quite beaten up
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reparied it with melted zinc, made a stainless steel form
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as new
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battery guage fited to the choke slot.

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Now I just need to build a boat... :roll:

Hillhater   100 GW

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Re: Husky conversion

Post by Hillhater » Feb 13 2019 4:31pm

Excellent conversion, very skilfully done.
You are a very talented welder.
What motor did you use ?
I suspect the boat will be a classic wooden design ?
This forum owes its existence to Justin of ebikes.ca

Rickard m   1 mW

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Re: Husky conversion

Post by Rickard m » Feb 13 2019 4:56pm

Thank you! Probably looks better on picture :oops:
It is the Golden motor Model: HPM3000B -- BLDC Motor
1. Voltages: 48/72V
2. Rated power: 2-3KW
3. Peak power: 6KW
4. Speed: 3000-5000rpm
5. Rated torque: 10 Nm
6. Peak torque: 25 Nm
7. Efficiency: >90%
8. Dimensions: 18cm dia. 12.5cm height
9. Weight: 7.3kg(air cooled)

Yes it will be a retro plywood boat, but with little modern shapes. small one. 2,5meter long

sgulond   1 µW

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Re: Husky conversion

Post by sgulond » Feb 28 2019 3:59am

Nice Work!
I like to see things in a second life instead of trashing.
Saving resources is really what the world needs. Greta woukd like it.

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