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GEB

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Hi,
Pretty sure this is what Phil is referring to
http://robaloboatowners.net/forums/index.php?/topic/2072-replacing-lower-unit-prop-shaft-seal/

Refer back to earlier post by steelhead in this discussion where he provided the above link

Cheers
Gavin

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Stacer 389 Territory Striker
Model No.E25DTSLAFC
Serial No. 5503333
Mid North Coast
New South Wales
Australia 
The learner will not shear the rams.

Jkswor

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Thanks so much
vinman

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Another update - Did the entire job on the second LU in less than 1 hr (Changed prop seals, shaft seals, pressure tested, new oil, new impeller).

I used a small punch and tapped on the metal part of the seal to break it loose. Then used the 5-Star marine puller. Came right out. Pressure and vacuum test AOK!

Going to try and mount them tomorrow if the rain permits. Then plan to go Sea-Trial weather permitting.
vinman

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Have run the boat for several hours seals seem to be working AOK! I have a new issue but I'll start a new topic for that.
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