Force Outboard Motors


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We have thousands of outboards for sale!   Click on the photo below to see our list!
Call us toll-free at 1-800-630-1233 and ask for the engine department.

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Great Prices on Rebuilts!

Outboard Motors

Power Heads

Lower Units


Repair Manuals

Thousands of parts for outboard and inboard engines!

We offer the best rebuilt powerheads, lower units, and gear cases in the industry. We hope to gain your business by giving you the best quality, the best prices, and an industry leading warranty.

We also have a good selection of outboard repair manuals and propellers as well. For other parts, please click on the "Engine Parts" button above.

About the company:
The Force Outboard brand was born in the early 1980's when US Marine, the parent company of Bayliner Boats, purchased the old Chrysler Outboard factory and tooling located in Hartford, Wisconsin. Bayliner was the first nationwide company to introduce packaged outboard rigs in which the outboard motor, the boat and a trailer were sold as a single item. Arriving at dealerships fully assembled, these packages were great timesavers for dealers that previously had to custom rig bare hulls with specific engines and accessories chosen by the boats' buyers. Although Force Outboards lacked the technological sophistication of the major outboard brands, their price advantage was significant. Thousands of families discovered their love for boating through these inexpensive Bayliner entry-level outboard boats. In the mid-1980's US Marine was acquired by industry giant Brunswick Corporation (Mercury, Mercruiser, Sea Ray, etc.). The Force Outboard brand quickly benefited from the resources of its big brother Mercury, and all production was soon moved to Mercury's plants. Force Outboards became available on boat brands other Bayliner at dealerships nationwide. The changing marketplace, diminished price advantages and pending government regulations resulted in the decision to discontinue the Force brand in 1999. Parts and service have become more and more difficult for Force owners to find since then.

Many people still own Force engines. Support for those people can be found here: Force Outboards