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pryner Posted - Feb 07 2010 : 07:38:25
I want to change my tides shaft seals with new pss seals. I've tried to move the old tides seals and changed the seal with the spare and they still leak. THe boat is a '96 and the seal housing is leaking. Anyway, how do I remove the shaft coupling to get the old housing off and the new one on? I've seen the video the pss puts out but the coupling they use is very small and not the same configuration at all. What holds the shaft in place so it doesn't slide out the rear of the coupling. Any help is appreciated.
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pryner Posted - Feb 07 2010 : 07:45:15
Oops, sorry should have given more info on the boat. It is a 3650 with 3116 cats and zf transmissions.

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