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Moeller Engine Spray Paint Customer Questions and Answers

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will this yellow in the sun?

Asked on 04/21/2013 by Undisclosed

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I used a darker Yamaha color and it did not yellow. Don't know what a light color or white would do.

Answered on 05/14/2013 by MARK SCHULTZ
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I'm using the paint on my engine, which is under an engine cover, so I do not have direct sun. S far, my project is at a typical speed, sothe engine is still on the engine stand inside the shop!

Answered on 05/09/2013 by JOHN HINCH

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Mine has been applied for over 5 years and have not had that trouble.

Answered on 05/09/2013 by DAVE WHITE

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Most of the yellowing in paint is in the latex formulations. As the engine paints are oil based, they would be resistant to fading. However, they were formualted as engine paints, so it is unknown to me as to whether they contain UV stabilizers.

Answered on 05/09/2013 by STEVEN FISK

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no sir

Answered on 05/09/2013 by LEE MARTIN

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After 1+ years the Arctic White has not yellowed.

Answered on 05/09/2013 by HERMAN U

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I have been using this paint for several years--it will not yellow in the sun. Hope this helps--

Answered on 05/09/2013 by ROBERT KRISTOFF
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I have a 1984 60hp Evinrude Outboard. It has a light gray on the engine cover. I want to paint the cover, can I get a paint that matches ?

Asked on 07/10/2015 by Bud Jameson

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Thanks for the info for my paint on the 25 up motor

Answered on 07/29/2016 by jack eppler
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I ordered paint for a 2006 Yamaha.It matched perfectly.

Answered on 07/12/2015 by RICHARD NIEMIEC

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According to OEM paint chart, the paint code for 1984 evinrude is "174068 ev-silver". seems BRP discontinued this color in spray cans. Is it true silver vs light silverish blue metallic? If the latter, might try evinrude light blue metalli

Answered on 07/10/2015 by KURT JABLONSKI

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I purchased the Johnson white for the cover of a 2000 115, and it was a perfect match for the original paint.

Answered on 07/10/2015 by WILLIAM TOOHEY
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What color and paint code do I need for a 1959 Evinrude 35 HP "Lark" outboard engine? I do not need the hood or cover paint just the power head and lower unit. Existing paint seems to be a light blue or green. Very faded so hard to tell for sure. Same information for a 1976 35 HP Johnson. Existing paint is a dark green or olive color. I will need two cans for the 1959 motor and 4 cans for the 1976 motor. I have two 1976 motors. Thank you, Sheldon Ajax

Asked on 11/16/2014 by Sheldon Ajax

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Kevin, I do not understand your reply to my request. You say you are not familiar with with these BOATS. Look, I am not asking about boat paint. I am asking about paint [Which you sell] for two OUT BOARD MOTORS. MOTORS NOT BOATS. Can you please rethink this and help me find the paint for two old out board motors. I really need your help. Sheldon Ajax

Answered on 11/18/2014 by Sheldon Ajax
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At this time we do not have a customer to answer your question. If you need assistance please contact customer service at 800-423-0030. You can also send an email to < a href="http://info@jamestowndistributors.com" target="_blank">info@jamestowndistributors.com.< /a>

Answered on 11/17/2014 by Rick White

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Sheldon my response is as a customer. I am not the company you are asking the question to.

Answered on 11/18/2014 by KEVIN NEVELS

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I am not familiar with those models of boats so I am not able to answer the question. I'm sorry I couldn't be of assistance.

Answered on 11/18/2014 by KEVIN NEVELS
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Is this the correct paint for a 2000 model yahama 2 stroke? Thanks.

Asked on 04/12/2014 by Bill Fuller

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Thanks, Arthur. I'll give it a try.

Answered on 04/21/2014 by Bill Fuller
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Paint I used was for a older evinrude outboard. Not sure about Yamaha. Sorry

Answered on 04/13/2014 by JEFF MARTINES

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Bill f the paint I bought was yamaha blue metallic 1985-90( item #25469). My yamaha engines are 1989's I used on the lower units and the paint match perfectly as for your 2000's you'll probably need the dark metallic blue not sure of the part # but it should match just as good.

Answered on 04/20/2014 by ARTHUR GETGEN

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Not sure if this is the correct paint for you Bill, I purchased #25479 OMC COBRA CHARCOAL METALLIC for my stern drive, sprayed a little and it seems to be the correct color.

Answered on 04/13/2014 by LES LEVASSEUR
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how many cans do i need to compleatly re do a 35 hp 1983?

Asked on 06/21/2013 by Undisclosed

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I purchased 2 cans and had to use part of the second for a 40hp. Plenty left for future touch up.

Answered on 06/22/2013 by KEN LOBDELL
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I would buy two to three cans to be safe. That way you can apply several coats and it never hurts to have some touch up on hand. Also, you may want to consider the clear coat as well.

Answered on 06/21/2013 by DAVID HOLSCLAW

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3-4 cans, don't forget to clean with acetone.

Answered on 06/21/2013 by PHILIP MCBRIDE

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You can do this with one can, if your neat, two if NOT!!!

Answered on 06/21/2013 by ORMIL SAVAGE JR
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Completely off the wall - can this product be used to paint a vinyl shower stall, and does the surface need to be sanded and primered first?

Asked on 06/15/2013 by Mary W.

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Not sure about the vinyl shower although I imagine that if you sand it lightly and primered it as you suggest it would leave a nice finish once painted.

Answered on 06/21/2013 by DAVID HOLSCLAW
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It is just high quality engine enamel. If enamel will work go for it.

Answered on 06/15/2013 by DAN MAITLAND

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Don't know about that.

Answered on 06/15/2013 by JOHN BALTZEGAR

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I do not believe so, Krylon and Rustoleum have paints for that which are cheaper.

Answered on 06/15/2013 by DAVE WHITE
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I need 1 can of paint for a1980 mariner outboard motor?

Asked on 02/04/2013 by Undisclosed

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I purchased 2 cans to paint my 2000 Johnson 200hp and It came out excellent. I highly recommend buying more than one and the paint is high quality. Hope it helps

Answered on 02/06/2013 by MATTHEW WYLLIE
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I am not sure how the surface prep went, but I would order a minimum of 2 cans with one can of primer. Actually two cans of primer may be better. I removed all my old paint using Strip Fast (available at any local auto parts store) on metal parts and wet sanded any plastic. I then coated using the primer and found that almost I can was enough but did not coat as I wanted. I then used the second can to place two coats on the motor. I then painted the motor with the outboard paint. Hope this helps. Dave

Answered on 02/05/2013 by DAVE WHITE

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I'm using the paint for a Hercules motor. I had it hot tanked to get it clean. Since mine is cast iron, I am not priming. I would think this paint will work on an outboard motor, but you might want to use a good primer Between any aluminum and the paint, such as a self etching one or zinc chromate.

Answered on 02/05/2013 by JOHN HINCH

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I'm not sure! If you're just touching it up, probably. If you're completely repainting over a different color primer, probably need two!

Answered on 02/12/2013 by MARK SCHULTZ
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PRIMER 1st ???

Asked on 01/19/2016 by Undisclosed

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Yes, with Zinc Chromate if you can find it.

Answered on 01/19/2016 by MARK MILLS
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D pens on the surface you're applying to. If you are applying it to certain metals like aluminum then I would primer just to be safe. Mercury outboards makes a all-around great primer and so does rust oleum for what is called etching aluminum. If you are applying to fiberglass, plastic, would I would just roughen up the surface a bit and apply.

Answered on 01/21/2016 by GARY WAKE

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I did not use a primer and had no problems.

Answered on 01/19/2016 by JAMES FIFIELD
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I have a 1`989 150 xp which one would match my dark blue?

Asked on 01/18/2012 by joe bright

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I originally bought the light blue for a 2002 Yamaha four stroke. It was slightly too light. I then bought the darker blue, which I haven't used yey, but it appears to be too dark. I think this one is for the older two stroke, which matches your need! The years are listed on the can (although not in the catelog), it would be helpful to list model as well.

Answered on 02/20/2012 by MARK SCHULTZ
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25515

Answered on 01/30/2012 by ENRIQUE CONSUEGRA

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I used Moeller Yamaha Blue Metallic(25469) for my 1990 115 Yamaha. This paint is a very good product and matched my older motor.

Answered on 01/19/2012 by THOMAS KREISER
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do you have sea horse green for a 1954 johnson 5.5hp motor. Also, do you need a primer underneath?

Asked on 05/24/2018 by Jim from IN

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Unfortunately we do not have Sea Horse green paint from Moeller. We recommend using the primer for the best adhesion and satisfaction.

Answered on 06/14/2018 by JD Tech Associate
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Always use a primer. moeller does not make that green color. The closest is a rustoleum color green. hope this helped

Answered on 05/24/2018 by robin3547
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