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Once a year. Whatever the parts cost.

Check compression
clean or replace sparkplug(s)
gap sparkplugs
lube all zerk fittings
lube shift and throttle linkage rub points
check and adjust timing
Change lower unit fluid
If gear lube looked milky replace seals in lower unit.
Sandy or silty waters, replace water pump
if pressure is visibly dropping.
 

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Get the phone book out, yellow pages, outboard mechanic
tell the shop what you want and get a quote.
Call several shops in your area.
Prices will vary a bit, depending on the shops workload.
 
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