All right, I have mine done.
Spark plugs, fuel filter, Impeller, Gear box oil, Prop off, overall grease up and clean down...
Overall fairly simple. The Clymer manual is not a great
help (can confuse you more than the motor will). I don't see any great need for anaerobic sealant - I just greased the water tube seal, it's not like it's going anywhere vital if it does weep a touch.
Items that I needed over and above previously stated were stainless shellock pins (spring pins) for the gear selector rod and a stainless cotter pin for the prop nut. You could reuse these if you're careful/stingy/wiLlfish, but why chance it? Ebay for £5.
I had a grease gun with Quicksilver marine grease in play and a Quicksilver gearbox oil pump c/w Tohatsu adaptor. It made a messy job very simple and saved a lot of oil (none spilled/wasted)
No big surprises. The fuel filter was dirtier than I had expected and the impeller showed signs of having been turned in reverse (maybe by turning the prop backwards while in forwards gear. Dunno. The thrust washer is still seized but I'm thinking about it. No-one handy has a bearing puller small enough for the job and heat is proving tricky. It's a very dainty little leg and I'd hate to break something that isn't broken, as it were.
It started first pull on the water and Mrs willk and I had a very nice 10 mile cruise and a big bag of Ronnie's Fish 'n' Chips to celebrate a job well done!
I'm pure class like, wi' the ladies