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Old 29 August 2011, 05:42   #1
Country: UK - England
Town: Surrey/Cornwall
Make: Ceasar Thundercat
Length: 4m +
Engine: Tohatsu D2 50Hp
Join Date: Aug 2011
Posts: 25
Tohatsu Engine Bushes


I have a Tohatus 50 hp fitted on a Thundercat. I am just in the process of replacing the nylon bushes on the pivot mechanism between the transom mount and the engine.

After some banging i have got them out.

I have also noticed a small amount of movement in the bushes which sort of run up the engine where you grease it up on the nipple.

So i was wandering when people have changed the bushes on there engines? Mines a 2004 build, but probably hasnt had a huge amount of hours on it, and its never been raced.

Does anyone have any idea on the cost to replce these, both cost of parts or time(engineers costs to do it)?

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