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Old 02 February 2008, 07:25   #1
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Pacific 22 Stern Drive Removal of Steering Piston

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I am currently stripping down the steering system of a Pacific 22, to renew the piston seals.
I have removed the centre mounts and the piston now slides freely but I canít remove the piston from the leg housing.
Any ideas would be very helpful.
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Old 02 February 2008, 12:21   #2
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Jimbo has a complete stern powr manual but he is away until Monday or so, might be worth sending him a pm asking him to have a read.

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Jimbo has a complete stern powr manual but he is away until Monday or so, might be worth sending him a pm asking him to have a read.

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Owing to the powers of modern technology, I am on my laptop from our mess tent, so read, received, understood, and when I return on Monday I'll copy the manual for you!
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As it goes, they do! Have some bits ready for you soon.

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I dont suppose i can have a copy.Happy to grease your palm with silver or wine of your choice
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Sorry - i've been busy with a cold and other things, haven't had a chance to scan it. Working all weekend, so will scan/photocopy next weekend.

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I have one there aswell if want it in pdf format. I'll send it over e-mail if you want!
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I have one there aswell if want it in pdf format. I'll send it over e-mail if you want!
JK, any chance you could host this in the downloads section ?

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