JP5187014B2 - Outboard motor mounting device - Google Patents

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JP5187014B2
JP5187014B2 JP2008155716A JP2008155716A JP5187014B2 JP 5187014 B2 JP5187014 B2 JP 5187014B2 JP 2008155716 A JP2008155716 A JP 2008155716A JP 2008155716 A JP2008155716 A JP 2008155716A JP 5187014 B2 JP5187014 B2 JP 5187014B2
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  The present invention relates to an outboard motor mounting device for supporting an outboard motor main body on a hull.

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  An outboard motor generally includes a clamp bracket and an outboard motor body. The outboard motor is attached to the hull of the ship through a clamp bracket. The outboard motor main body is attached to the clamp bracket at, for example, two upper and lower portions. A mounting device is provided between the outboard motor main body and the clamp bracket. The mount device transmits the propulsive force generated by the outboard motor main body to the clamp bracket and also prevents vibration generated by the engine of the outboard motor main body from being transmitted to the ship.

  In general, the upper mounting device is attached to the engine holder, for example, via a steering bracket, and the lower mounting device is attached to the drive shaft housing.

  The mount device includes a mount unit on the outboard motor main body side, for example. The mount unit is provided in a pair of left and right in the width direction of the outboard motor main body. The mount unit is a vibration isolating member. The mount unit includes a mount rubber made of an elastic body such as rubber, and reduces vibration transmitted from the engine to the hull.

When a relatively small and light hull travels at high speed under waves and undulations, the hull will travel while jumping. The attitude of the hull upon landing varies depending on the shape of the wave, the direction of approach to the wave, and the like. At this time, an impact force due to a large acceleration is applied to the outboard motor in various directions such as front and rear, left and right, and up and down. If it does so, there exists a possibility that the member by the side of a hull and the member by the side of an outboard motor main body may interfere. In particular, in recent years, such a tendency has become stronger due to the progress of the hull and the spread of rib boats. The outboard motor mounting apparatus described in Patent Document 1 includes a pair of left and right lower mount housings that sandwich the outboard motor main body, and a lower mount member provided between the lower mount housing and the outboard motor main body. .
Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 7-242194

  From the viewpoint of preventing transmission of vibrations generated by the engine, it is desirable that the resonance frequency of the outboard motor main body and the mount device be sufficiently lower than the excitation frequency of the engine or the like. In order to reduce the resonance frequency of the outboard motor body and the mount device, it is necessary to reduce the spring constant of the mount rubber. In particular, a mount rubber having a very small spring constant is indispensable in order to effectively reduce the transmission of vibrations generated by the engine in a low rotation range such as during trolling.

  Here, for example, in an in-line two-cylinder engine of about 7.3 kW to 11.0 kW (9.9 hp to 15 hp), the vibration generated by the engine in the low rotation range passes through the center of gravity of the outboard motor body, This is a vibration around an axis (hereinafter referred to as a “low rotation range vibration axis”) that is slightly inclined from the front upper side to the rear lower side of the outer unit main body and extends vertically.

  In order to effectively reduce the transmission of vibration around the low rotation range vibration axis generated by the engine in the low rotation range, it is desirable to place the mount rubber in the vicinity of the low rotation range vibration axis. When the mount rubber is closer to the low rotation range vibration axis, the spring constant around the low rotation range vibration axis of the pair of left and right mounting device systems can be reduced.

  On the other hand, the outboard motor mounting device holds the weight of the outboard motor main body, transmits a propulsive force from the outboard motor main body side to the hull side, and transmits a steering force from the hull side to the outboard motor main body side. In order to maintain the weight of the outboard motor main body and efficiently transmit the propulsion force and steering force, a mount rubber having a relatively large spring constant is required.

  On the other hand, in order to avoid interference between the hull side member and the outboard motor main body member due to the impact force applied to the outboard motor when the hull is jumping and landing, the hull and the outboard motor main body There has been a demand for a mounting device capable of restricting general displacement. In order to regulate the relative displacement between the hull and the outboard motor body due to the impact force, a buffer body such as a mount rubber having a very large spring constant is required.

  Therefore, it is a contradictory condition to maintain the weight of the outboard motor body, to restrict the relative displacement between the hull and the outboard motor body due to the transmission of propulsion and steering forces and impact force, and to reduce the transmission of vibrations generated by the engine. Thus, the mounting apparatus is complicated, and it is difficult to obtain sufficient effects for both.

  The present invention regulates forward / backward, up / down, left / right displacements due to propulsive force and forward / backward, left / right direction due to impact force, and efficiently transmits steering force to improve maneuverability and transmit from engine to hull. It is an object of the present invention to provide an outboard motor mounting device that can effectively reduce the generated vibration.

In order to solve the above-described problems, in the present invention, a pair of housings sandwiching the outboard motor main body, a second mount concave portion formed in the outboard motor main body, and a second mount convex portion formed in the housing A second mount member that covers the second mount convex portion and is formed to be spaced apart from the inner surface of the second mount concave portion, the first mount concave portion formed in the housing, and the ship The first mount convex portion formed on the outer unit main body, the holding frame body portion formed around the first mount convex portion, and sandwiched between the first mount concave portion and the holding frame body The first mount convex portion includes a first mount member having a concave portion provided with a gap.

  According to the present invention, the longitudinal displacement due to the propulsive force and the longitudinal, vertical, and lateral displacement due to the impact force are regulated, the steering force is efficiently transmitted to improve the maneuverability stability, and from the engine to the hull. It is possible to provide an outboard motor mounting device that can effectively reduce vibration transmitted to the vehicle.

  Embodiments of an outboard motor mounting apparatus according to the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS.

  FIG. 1 is a left side view showing an outboard motor according to the present invention.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the outboard motor 1 includes an outboard motor main body 2 and a clamp bracket 3.

  The outboard motor main body 2 includes an engine holder 4. An engine 5 is installed above the engine holder 4. The engine 5 is a vertical type engine 5 in which a crankshaft (not shown) is arranged substantially vertically.

  An oil pan 7 is disposed below the engine holder 4. The engine 5, the engine holder 4 and the oil pan 7 are covered with an engine cover 8.

  A drive shaft housing 9 is installed below the oil pan 7. A gear case 11 is provided below the drive shaft housing 9. A propeller 12 that is a propulsion device is disposed at the rear of the gear case 11.

  The outboard motor 1 is attached to the transom 13 a of the hull 13 via the clamp bracket 3. The clamp bracket 3 is provided with a swivel bracket 16 via a tilt shaft 15. A pilot shaft 17 is rotatably supported on the swivel bracket 16. The pilot shaft 17 is positioned in the vertical direction. An upper mount bracket 21 that also serves as a base end portion of the steering bracket 18 is provided at the upper end of the pilot shaft 17 so as to rotate integrally.

  On the other hand, a pair of left and right upper mount units 22 are provided at the front lower portion of the engine holder 4. The upper mount unit 22 includes an upper mount bolt 23 and an upper mount member 24. The upper mount bolt 23 is provided so as to protrude forward from the front surface of the engine holder 4. The upper mount member 24 is disposed at the approximate center of gravity G of the outboard motor main body 2. The upper mount unit 22 is connected to the upper mount bracket 21 by an upper mount bolt 23. A thrust mount 25 is provided on the upper mount bolt 23. The thrust mount 25 is a stopper member that restricts the amount of displacement of the upper mount member 24 in the front-rear direction.

  On the other hand, a lower mount unit 31 as a mounting device is provided on both sides of the drive shaft housing 9. The lower mount unit 31 includes a pair of left and right lower mount housings 32 and 33 that sandwich the pilot shaft 17 and the drive shaft housing 9. Further, the lower mount unit 31 includes a lower mount member 35 between the lower mount housings 32 and 33 and the drive shaft housing 9. The lower mount member 35 includes a first mount member 36 and a second mount member 37. The lower mount housings 32 and 33 are connected to the drive shaft housing 9 via a first mount member 36 and a second mount member 37. The second mount member 37 is provided between the front side surface portion of the drive shaft housing 9 and the lower mount housings 32 and 33. The first mount member 36 is provided between the side surface portion of the drive shaft housing 9 and the lower mount housings 32 and 33. The first mount member 36 is provided in the vicinity of the low rotation region vibration axis Vr. The second mount member 37 and the first mount member 36 are vibration isolation members that elastically support the lower mount housings 32 and 33 on the drive shaft housing 9.

  The outboard motor main body 2 can be steered left and right around the pilot shaft 17 with respect to the hull 13 and can be tilted up around the tilt shaft 15.

  When the engine 5 is operated in the low rotation range, the outboard motor main body 2 vibrates around the low rotation range vibration axis Vr passing through the center of gravity G.

  FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line II-II in FIG. 1, and is a cross-sectional plan view showing the outboard motor mounting apparatus according to the present invention.

  FIG. 3 is a cross-sectional view taken along line III-III in FIG. 2, and is a partial cross-sectional view showing the outboard motor mounting device according to the present invention.

  4 is a cross-sectional view taken along line IV-IV in FIG. 2, and is a partial cross-sectional view showing the outboard motor mounting device according to the present invention.

  As shown in FIGS. 2 to 4, the left and right side surface portions 39 of the drive shaft housing 9 have a pair of left and right first mount convex portions 41 (first convex portions) and a pair of left and right second mount concave portions 42. (Second recess) is formed. The first mount convex portion 41 and the second mount concave portion 42 are arranged in parallel before and after the outboard motor main body 2. The second mounting recess 42 is biased toward the front side of the side surface 39 and is formed to be recessed. The first mount convex portion 41 is biased and formed in the vicinity of the low rotation region vibration axis Vr. A holding frame body portion 43 is formed around the first mount convex portion 41. The holding frame body 43 includes a front load transmission rib 44, a rear load transmission rib 45, an upper load transmission rib 46, and a lower load transmission rib 47. A front load transmission rib 44 is provided on the front side of the first mount convex portion 41, and a rear load transmission rib 45 is provided on the rear side of the first mount convex portion 41. An upper load transmission rib 46 is provided, and a lower load transmission rib 47 is provided below the first mount convex portion 41. The front load transmission rib 44 and the rear load transmission rib 45 are arranged to face each other with the first mount convex portion 41 interposed therebetween, and protrude in the same direction as the first mount convex portion 41. The upper load transmission rib 46 and the lower load transmission rib 47 are arranged to face each other with the first mount convex portion 41 interposed therebetween, and protrude in the same direction as the first mount convex portion 41.

  The lower mount unit 31 includes lower mount housings 32 and 33, a lower mount member 35 in which the second mount member 37 and the first mount member 36 are integrally formed, and a fastening member 49 of the lower mount housings 32 and 33.

  The lower mount housings 32 and 33 are each formed in a substantially U shape so as to cover a part of the side surface of the drive shaft housing 9 from the periphery of the pilot shaft 17.

  The pilot shaft 17 is sandwiched between the front sides of the lower mount housings 32 and 33. A through hole 50 is formed in the pilot shaft 17. A cylindrical pin 51 is formed on each of the lower mount housings 32 and 33. The pin 51 is fitted into the through hole 50 of the pilot shaft 17, and the lower mount unit 31 is fixed to the pilot shaft 17.

  A pair of left and right first mounting recesses 53 (first recesses) and a pair of left and right second mounting projections 54 (second projections) are formed on the rear side of the lower mount housings 32 and 33. The first mount concave portion 53 and the second mount convex portion 54 are arranged in parallel before and after the outboard motor main body 2. The first mount recess 53 is disposed corresponding to the first mount protrusion 41 of the drive shaft housing 9 and is formed to be recessed. The second mounting convex portion 54 is disposed so as to correspond to the second mounting concave portion 42 of the drive shaft housing 9 and is formed so as to protrude.

  The first mount convex portion 41 of the drive shaft housing 9 is inserted into the first mount concave portion 53 with a gap. The second mount convex portion 54 is inserted into the second mount concave portion 42 of the drive shaft housing 9 with a gap.

  The first mount convex portion 41 may be provided in the lower mount housings 32 and 33, and the first mount concave portion 53 may be provided in the drive shaft housing 9. Further, the second mount convex portion 54 may be provided in the drive shaft housing 9 and the second mount concave portion 42 may be provided in the lower mount housings 32 and 33.

  The upper wall portion 55 of the first mounting recess 53 protrudes to oppose the upper load transmission rib 46 of the drive shaft housing 9, and the lower wall portion 56 of the first mounting recess 53 is the lower load of the drive shaft housing 9. It protrudes so as to face the transmission rib 47. The front wall portion 57 of the first mounting recess 53 is arranged to be displaced rearward from the front load transmission rib 44 of the drive shaft housing 9, and the rear wall portion 58 of the first mounting recess 53 is arranged on the drive shaft housing 9. The rear load transmission rib 45 is arranged so as to be biased forward. That is, the interval between the front wall portion 57 and the rear wall portion 58 of the first mount recess 53 is configured to be narrower than the interval between the front load transmission rib 44 and the rear load transmission rib 45 of the drive shaft housing 9.

  The lower mount member 35 integrally includes a first mount member 36 and a second mount member 37.

  The first mount member 36 elastically supports the outboard motor main body 2 on the lower mount housings 32 and 33. The first mount member 36 is sandwiched between the first mount recess 53 of the lower mount housing 32, 33 and the holding frame body portion 43 of the drive shaft housing 9. The first mount member 36 is formed in a box shape using an elastic body such as rubber as a material. A first mount recess 60 is formed in the first mount member 36. In the first mount recess 60, the first mount convex portion 41 of the drive shaft housing 9 is disposed with a gap.

  The first mount member 36 includes a first mount upper plate portion 62, a first mount lower plate portion 63, a first mount front plate portion 64, a first mount rear plate portion 65, and a first mount bottom plate portion 66. Have A first mount recess 60 is formed by each plate portion. The inner surface of the first mount recess 60 is formed so as to be separated from the outer surface of the first mount convex portion 41 of the drive shaft housing 9 as necessary, and a gap is provided.

  The first mount upper plate portion 62 and the first mount lower plate portion 63 are formed in a flat plate shape. The first mount upper plate portion 62 is disposed along the upper wall portion 55 of the first mount recess 53. Further, the first mount upper plate portion 62 holds the upper load transmission rib 46 of the drive shaft housing 9 from below. The first mount lower plate portion 63 is disposed along the lower wall portion 56 of the first mount recess 53. Further, the first mount lower plate portion 63 holds the lower load transmission rib 47 of the drive shaft housing 9 from above.

  The first mount front plate portion 64 and the first mount rear plate portion 65 are respectively plate portion main bodies 68 and 69 formed in a flat plate shape, and a protruding mount portion 70 positioned at the opening end of the first mount recess 60. , 71. The rigidity of the protruding mount parts 70 and 71 is formed to be lower than the rigidity of the plate part main bodies 68 and 69. The protruding mount portions 70 and 71 are formed so as to expand the opening end of the first mount recess 60 toward the front and rear of the first mount member 36. The plate portion main body 68 of the first mount front plate portion 64 is disposed along the front wall portion 57 of the first mount recess 53. The protruding mount portion 70 of the first mount front plate portion 64 holds the front load transmission rib 44 of the drive shaft housing 9 from the rear. The plate portion main body 69 of the first mount rear plate portion 65 is disposed along the rear wall portion 58 of the first mount recess 53. The protruding mount portion 71 of the first mount rear plate portion 65 holds the rear load transmission rib 45 of the drive shaft housing 9 from the front.

  The second mount member 37 is formed so as to cover the second mount convex portions 54 of the lower mount housings 32 and 33. The outer surface of the second mount member 37 is formed to be spaced apart from the inner surface of the second mount recess 42 of the drive shaft housing 9 as necessary, and a gap is provided.

  The second mount member 37 includes a second mount front plate portion 72, a second mount rear plate portion 73, a second mount upper plate portion 74, a second mount lower plate portion 75, and a second mount bottom plate portion 76. Have The second mount front plate portion 72 covers the front surface portion of the second mount convex portion 54, the second mount rear plate portion 73 covers the rear surface portion of the second mount convex portion 54, and the second mount upper plate portion 74 The upper surface of the second mount convex portion 54 is covered, the second mount lower plate portion 75 covers the lower surface portion of the second mount convex portion 54, and the second mount bottom plate portion 76 is the tip of the second mount convex portion 54. Cover the part.

  The fastening member 49 is disposed behind the pilot shaft 17 and fastens the lower mount housings 32 and 33 to each other. The fastening member 49 is, for example, a bolt. The fastening member 49 is passed through a fastening through hole 78 formed in the lower mount housing 33 and is fastened to a female screw portion 79 formed in the lower mount housing 32.

  The lower mount unit 31, which is a mounting device for the outboard motor 1, has a normal propulsive force of 2 generated due to the weight of the outboard motor body 2, sudden acceleration / deceleration, or landing after the hull 13 jumps. Is transmitted from the hull 13, an impact force having a load of ˜3 times, a forward and reverse propulsive force generated by the rotation (forward / reverse) of the propeller 12, vibration generated by the engine 5 in a low rotation range, and Steering force acts.

  Here, the position where the upper load transmission rib 46 and the first mount upper plate portion 62 are in contact with each other is the contact portion a, and the position where the lower load transmission rib 47 and the first mount lower plate portion 63 are in contact is the contact portion b. A position where the load transmission rib 44 and the first mount front plate portion 64 are in contact with each other is referred to as a contact portion c, and a position where the rear load transmission rib 45 and the first mount rear plate portion 65 are in contact is referred to as a contact portion d.

  The lower mount unit 31 holds the weight of the outboard motor main body 2 by the contact portion a between the holding frame body portion 43 and the first mount member 36. Further, the lower mount unit 31 includes the hull 13 and the outboard motor that are generated by an impact such as when the hull 13 jumps by the abutting portions a and b of the holding frame body portion 43 and the first mount member 36. The relative displacement in the vertical direction with respect to the main body 2 is restricted.

  In the contact part a and the contact part b between the holding frame body part 43 and the first mount member 36, the first mount front plate part 64, the first mount rear plate part 65 of the first mount member 36, and the first The mount bottom plate portion 66 supports its own weight as a compression load. Further, when the relative displacement in the vertical direction between the hull 13 and the outboard motor main body 2 generated by an impact such as when the hull 13 jumps increases, the lower surface of the first mount convex portion 41 and the first mount lower A contact portion with the plate portion 63, a contact portion between the upper wall portion of the second mount concave portion 42 and the second mount upper plate portion 74, an upper surface portion of the first mount convex portion 41, and the first mount It is regulated by the contact portion with the plate portion 62 and the contact portion between the lower wall portion of the second mount recess 42 and the second mount upper plate portion 74. The first mount convex portion 41, the first mount concave portion 53 upper wall portion 55 and lower wall portion 56, the second mount concave portion 42 upper wall portion and lower wall portion, and the second mount convex portion 54. Are provided so as to overlap each other in a sectional view. Accordingly, the first mount upper plate portion 62, the first mount lower plate portion 63, the second mount upper plate portion 74, and the second mount upper plate portion 74 function as a stopper mount in the vertical direction.

  The propulsive force in the forward direction of the outboard motor body 2 generated by the propeller 12 is transmitted to the hull 13 exclusively by the lower mount unit 31. The propulsive force in the forward direction is transmitted from the outboard motor main body 2 to the hull 13 by the contact portion d between the holding frame body portion 43 and the first mount member 36. That is, in the lower mount unit 31, the projecting mount portion 71 supports a compressive load as a spring that holds the propulsive force in the forward direction. At this time, the drive shaft housing 9 is displaced forward.

  When the engine 5 is operated in the middle and high rotation range and the propulsive force of the propeller 12 is increased, the second mount recess 42 of the drive shaft housing 9 is gradually formed on the second mount rear plate portion 73 of the second mount member 37. Approach and abut. Then, the propulsive force in the forward direction is transmitted by the contact portion between the second mount recess 42 and the second mount member 37.

  The propulsive force in the backward direction of the outboard motor main body 2 generated by the propeller 12 is transmitted from the outboard motor main body 2 to the hull 13 by the contact portion c between the holding frame body portion 43 and the first mount member 36. That is, in the lower mount unit 31, the projecting mount portion 70 supports a compressive load as a spring that holds the propulsive force in the backward direction. At this time, the drive shaft housing 9 is displaced rearward.

  When the engine 5 is operated in the middle and high rotation range and the propulsive force of the propeller 12 is increased, the second mount recess 42 of the drive shaft housing 9 gradually moves toward the second mount front plate portion 72 of the second mount member 37. Approach and abut. Then, the backward driving force is transmitted by the contact portion between the second mount recess 42 and the second mount member 37.

  Further, when the relative displacement in the front-rear direction between the hull 13 and the outboard motor main body 2 generated by an impact such as when the hull 13 jumps is increased, the front portion of the first mount convex portion 41 and the front of the first mount are increased. The contact portion with the plate portion 64, the contact portion between the rear wall portion of the second mount concave portion 42 and the second mount rear plate portion 73, the rear surface portion of the first mount convex portion 41, and after the first mount. It is regulated by the contact portion with the plate portion 65 and the contact portion between the front wall portion of the second mount recess 42 and the second mount front plate portion 72. The first mount convex portion 41, the front wall portion 57 and the rear wall portion 58 of the first mount concave portion 53, the front wall portion and the rear wall portion of the second mount concave portion 42, and the second mount convex portion 54. Are provided so as to overlap each other in a sectional view. Therefore, the first mount front plate portion 64, the first mount rear plate portion 65, the second mount front plate portion 72, and the second mount rear plate portion 73 function as a stopper mount in the front-rear direction.

  The lower mount unit 31 transmits the vibration generated by the engine 5 in the low rotation range to the hull 13 exclusively by the contact portion c and the contact portion d between the holding frame body portion 43 and the first mount member 36. The vibration generated by the engine 5 in the low rotation range acts on the outboard motor main body 2 as acceleration around the low rotation range vibration axis Vr. The acceleration around the low rotation region vibration axis Vr is transmitted as a shear load of the projecting mount portions 70 and 71 exclusively.

  The steering force transmitted to the outboard motor main body 2 acts on the outboard motor main body 2 from the left-right direction of the outboard motor main body 2. When the steering force transmitted to the outboard motor main body 2 is small, the lower mount unit 31 generates the steering force by the contact portion c and the contact portion d of the holding frame body portion 43 and the first mount member 36 exclusively. It is transmitted to the external unit main body 2. When the steering force transmitted to the outboard motor main body 2 is increased, the projecting mount portions 70 and 71 are deformed, and finally the first mount bottom plate portion 66 of the first mount member 36 and the tips of the first mount convex portions 41. Or the second mount bottom plate 76 of the second mount member 37 and the bottom of the second mount recess 42 are brought into contact with each other. Then, the steering force is generated by the contact portion between the first mount bottom plate portion 66 and the front end portion of the first mount convex portion 41 or the contact portion between the second mount bottom plate portion 76 and the bottom portion of the second mount concave portion 42. It is transmitted to the external unit main body 2.

  Therefore, the upper mount unit 22 can efficiently transmit the steering force and improve the controllability.

  The relative displacement in the left-right direction between the hull 13 and the outboard motor main body 2 generated by an impact such as when the hull 13 jumps is the tip of the first mount bottom plate portion 66 and the first mount convex portion 41. Or a contact portion between the second mount bottom plate portion 76 and the bottom portion of the second mount recess 42.

  Further, when the vehicle is suddenly decelerated, the relative displacement in the rear and left / right directions between the hull 13 and the outboard motor main body 2 generated by the drag and lift of the gear case 11 is the same as that for the second mount front plate 72 and the second mount. The contact portion with the recess 42, the contact portion between the first mount bottom plate portion 66 and the tip portion of the first mount projection 41, and the contact between the second mount bottom plate portion 76 and the bottom portion of the second mount recess 42. Regulated by the department.

  That is, the lower mount member 35 supports the outboard motor main body 2 with the contact portion a, the contact portion b, the contact portion c, and the contact portion d while the load acting on the outboard motor main body 2 is relatively small. If the load acting on the outboard motor main body 2 increases and the displacement of any one of the contact part a, the contact part b, the contact part c, and the contact part d becomes excessive, the first mount member 36 and the first The outboard motor main body 2 is supported by a contact portion with the mounting convex portion 41 or a contact portion between the second mount member 37 and the second mounting concave portion 42. In the case of the outboard motor 1 with a small output, the lower mount member 35 can be configured by only the first mount member 36. In the lower mount member 35, the first mount member 36 and the second mount member 37 are formed of different materials, for example, the first mount member 36 is made of an elastic body such as rubber, and the second mount member 37 is elastic. By using a high resin material, it is possible to ensure flexibility applicable to the outboard motor 1 having a wide output range from low output to high output.

  Further, the lower mount member 35 is formed so that the unevenness protrudes and retracts in the left-right direction of the outboard motor main body 2, so that the lower mount member 35 has a shape that can be formed by a one-way mold-splitting configuration, and is highly manufacturable.

  Further, the lower mount unit 31 can be easily assembled by sandwiching the drive shaft housing 9 from the left-right direction of the outboard motor main body 2. Further, since the lower mount member 35 having the same shape can be used on the left and right of the lower mount unit 31, it can be assembled very easily.

  In other words, the lower mount unit 31 according to the present embodiment can cope with any force that acts on the mounting device of the outboard motor main body 2.

  Therefore, according to the lower mount unit 31 according to the present invention, the longitudinal displacement due to the propulsive force of the outboard motor body 2 and the longitudinal, vertical, lateral displacement due to the impact force such as when the hull 13 jumps are regulated. In addition, the steering force is efficiently transmitted to improve the controllability, and the vibration transmitted from the engine 5 to the hull 13 can be effectively reduced.

The left view which showed the outboard motor which concerns on this invention. It is sectional drawing which follows the II-II line | wire of FIG. 1, and is the plane sectional view which showed the mounting apparatus of the outboard motor which concerns on this invention. FIG. 3 is a cross-sectional view taken along line III-III in FIG. 2, and is a partial cross-sectional view showing an outboard motor mounting device according to the present invention. FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view taken along line IV-IV in FIG. 2 and is a partial cross-sectional view showing an outboard motor mounting device according to the present invention.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Outboard motor 2 Outboard motor body 3 Clamp bracket 4 Engine holder 5 Engine 7 Oil pan 8 Engine cover 9 Drive shaft housing 11 Gear case 12 Propeller 13 Hull 13a Transom 15 Tilt shaft 16 Swivel bracket 17 Pilot shaft 18 Steering bracket 21 Upper mount Bracket 22 Upper mount unit 23 Upper mount bolt 24 Upper mount member 25 Thrust mount 31 Lower mount unit 32, 33 Lower mount housing 35 Lower mount member 36 First mount member 37 Second mount member 39 Side surface portion 41 First mount convex portion 42 Second mount recess 43 Holding frame 44 Front load transmission rib 45 Rear load transmission rib 46 Upper load transmission rib 47 Lower load transmission rib 49 Fastening member 50 Through-hole 51 Pin 53 First mount recess 54 Second mount protrusion 55 Upper wall portion 56 Lower wall portion 57 Front wall portion 58 Rear wall portion 60 First mount recess portion 62 First mount upper plate portion 63 First mount lower plate portion 64 First mount front plate portion 65 First mount rear plate portion 66 First mount bottom plate portion 68, 69 Plate portion main body 70, 71 Projecting mount portion 72 Second mount front plate portion 73 After second mount Plate portion 74 Second mount upper plate portion 75 Second mount lower plate portion 76 Second mount bottom plate portion 78 Fastening through hole 79 Female screw portion

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  1. A pair of housings that sandwich the outboard motor body;
    A first mounting recess formed in one of the housing and the outboard motor body;
    A first mount protrusion formed on the other of the housing and the outboard motor body; and
    A holding frame body portion formed around the first mount convex portion;
    A first mount member having a recess sandwiched between the first mount recess and the holding frame, the first mount protrusion being disposed with a gap;
    A second mounting recess formed in one of the housing and the outboard motor body;
    A second mount convex portion formed on the other of the housing and the outboard motor main body,
    An outboard motor mounting apparatus comprising: a second mount member that covers the second mount convex portion and is formed to be separated from the inner surface of the second mount concave portion as required.
  2. The second mount convex portion inserted with a gap in the second mount concave portion,
    2. The outboard motor mounting device according to claim 1, further comprising the first mount convex portion inserted into the first mount concave portion with a gap.
  3. The first mount convex part, the front wall part and the rear wall part of the first mount concave part, the front wall part and the rear wall part of the second mount concave part, and the second mount convex part are in a sectional view. 3. The outboard motor mounting device according to claim 1, wherein the mounting device is provided so as to overlap each other.
  4. The outboard motor mounting apparatus according to any one of claims 1 to 3, further comprising a mount member formed integrally with the first mount member and the second mount member.
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