What Year Is My Johnson Outboard?

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This can be a bit tricky but search you outboard for the model number. The number is usually in code, according to different years concerned. For example, from 1980 to present, use the code word "introduces" numbered from one to o and the last two letters, but one, in the model number should give you the year, as in xxxxeex would equal 99 or 1999.
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To get the age of your Johnson outboard motor, visit maxrules.com/graphics. This site provides information on what the registration number stands for and this shows the year the motor was made and its model.
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