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Subject: Re: Trapper 28

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Date Posted: 26/01/07 0:03:43
In reply to: Ken Snead 's message, "Trapper 28" on 25/01/07 18:06:19

You need a puller, I made my own using studding and pipe and washers, but that design required shaft removal.

The local marine engineer has a split design that means you only need to remove the prop.

The same beast is used to push the new one back in.

If the P bracket is the same design as used on the 500/501 there is a small socket set screw that acts as a lock, you need to remove this first.

On our 501, the P Bracket was a non standard size and we had to have a few thou taken off the outside of the cutlass bearing housing to get it to fit.

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