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First clean your skeg and prop should be checked, too. It's easy!
In our outboard service business, we see a lot of different engines, some maintained well, many not. It's usually pretty easy to see how difficult an engine will be to service by taking a quick look at its exterior. While sometimes there are surprises, usually if an engine doesn't look sharp, it also doesn't run well and can be difficult to service. Typically, this means that there's considerable corrosion, and therefore it can be tough to remove parts to perform routine services like replacing a water pump impeller.
Outboards are pretty small, so maintaining a good appearance and keeping the finish looking nice is not so difficult a task. Like any maintenance job, it takes some dedication and drive, a few tools and supplies, and some time and elbow grease. Let's get started.