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Important Terms to Know About Outboard Motors
Outboard motors – propulsion systems for boats – comprise an engine, gearbox, propeller and jet drive. Attached to the outside of the transom, these common motorized components are found in small watercraft. They’re ideal for steering control, and can be easily removed for repairs or storage. You can purchase outboard motors of all kinds at boat retailers and wholesalers, either in store or online. The following are some important terms to be familiar with when shopping for an outboard motor.

Trolling Motor: A marine propulsion system comprised of a self-contained unit including an electric motor, propeller and controls. It is attached to the boat at the bow or stern.

Tiller: A lever attached to a boat’s rudder post, providing leverage in turning the rudder.

Throttle: The mechanism that allows a fluid to be managed via construction or obstruction, increasing or decreasing an engine’s power.

Skeg: A sternward extension of the keel featuring a rudder on the center line. It’s also known as the lowest point on an outboard motor, as well as a surfboard’s fin.

Anti-Ventilation Plate: A large plate used in the gearcase housing above the propeller that prevents surface air from being pulled into the blades.

Transom: The surface forming the vessel’s stern, which may be flat or curved. The outboard motor is typically mounted on the transom for smaller vessels, secured by clamps or metal bolts. This way, the power of the motor can be transferred to the boat, which suggests this piece of equipment is critical to the boat indeed.

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Outboard motor dealers need sales representatives who can help customers choose new and used models that will suit their needs. Although the sales reps do not necessarily need to know every detail about how the various parts of an electric or diesel gas powered outboard motor works, they should know which ones are designed for fishing on small lakes and which ones are more appropriate for deep sea fishing. They should also know which outboard motors have engines suitable for sport boats and which ones are suitable for fishing.

Retail stores that sell outboard motors and repair parts for watercraft also need managers who can locate the items customers want to purchase. To do this, they will need to contact wholesale distributors that have new and used products for sale. By comparing the various wholesale distributors that sell electric engines, propellers, rudders, and speed control parts, they can give their customers access to reliable products at cheap prices.

Outboard motor companies might also want to advertise their products to fishers and sport boat enthusiasts. Advertising professionals create marketing campaigns that inform the public about the types of ocean and lake watercraft that the company has for sale. They might also choose to advertise low prices for used outboard motors, repair parts, steering products, and safety gear. By creating effective advertisements for the business, they can attract more customers who want to purchase these items. This helps the business grow and provides the opportunity to enter new markets so they can generate larger profits.