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Old 27 August 2013, 08:34   #1
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Yamaha 85hp trim cap tool

In need of a yamaha tool to undo the trim cap on my 85hp 2 stroke Yamaha to replace the seal.
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Old 27 August 2013, 11:48   #2
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U can make 1 out of an old spanner an role pins
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Or just google "pin spanner".....
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Old 29 August 2013, 17:04   #4
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In need of a yamaha tool to undo the trim cap on my 85hp 2 stroke Yamaha to replace the seal.
I hear a dewalt grinder spanner works I'm about to try this out this week for my self. Who did you get your seal kit from?
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Old 29 August 2013, 17:33   #5
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Hmm, I have one of those!

I have not got the seal kit yet but Pacer Marine in Aldershot said they can get them in for me.
Could also order them from one of the Yamaha parts web sites.
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Go to any bearing or seal place local to you . armed with seals they should be able to help
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I have an adjustable pin spanner designed for different angle grinders but I've no idea where I bought it but they are available !
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I replaced the seals and scraper on my Merc 3 ram t&t last month, I used one of those grinding wheel spanners. I had to cut it and bend it a bit to get the pins to engage, but it did the job. Just like a brand new t&t now.
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Any one got any instructions on how to do this - I guess it's a fluid drain and refill?
My tilt is not going down fully (and sometimes not at all if it gets an air lock) so I am hoping this will fix it!
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