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Old 02 March 2005, 14:12   #41
Country: UK - Scotland
Town: Edinburgh
Boat name: D Hollins
Make: pacific 38
Length: 10m +
Engine: Twin 212 hp Diesel
Join Date: Dec 2001
Posts: 176
Leroy, Its quite easy to get the rams off, open the side hatches on the boat and use a 1/2" hex key through the large holes in the grp to remove the dowels. That will release the top half. The rest is self explanatory. The fact that you are not getting a puddle of oil means that it is probably just bypassing somewhere. If you remove the hoses on the ram end, be careful because the alloy blocks on the base of the ram are prone to corrosion around the threads where the SAE hose ends locate. To much pressure with the spanner on assembly and you are down over 100 per block.

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