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Old 03 October 2022, 10:06   #1
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Input oil seals on Mariner 40 hp 2 stk

Mariner 40 Hp 2 stroke 4 cyl,input oil seals
Anyone know if itís possible to remove and replace the oil seal on the shift shaft without removing the shaft and connections,pics attached
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Old 03 October 2022, 15:22   #2
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Yes you can but keep downward pressure on the shift shaft at all times. If you pull that shaft out by 1/2 an inch its a full strip down as you will not be able to get the spline on the bottom of that shaft back into the shift cam
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Old 03 October 2022, 18:46   #4
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Do you know if it’s just one seal and can tap in a new one to replace?
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Looks like just the one
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Old 03 October 2022, 20:37   #6
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Thanks a million guys,that’s a great help
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Great,got the spares ,anyone got a vid on how to best to remove the old seal from the shift shaft (without pulling up the shaft)
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Drill small hole in the metal of the seal, screw in a self tapper & pull the self tapper with pliers.
Keep downward pressure on the shaft as you pull so it doesn't come up with the seal.
Vacuum cleaner to remove any bits of metal - a straw or other small tube taped into the crevice tool. I have a Henry for workshop use so don't need to wait till Mrs p goes out!
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Old 20 October 2022, 16:09   #10
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Seal was too small to use self tapp screws so flat head screwdriver and pick did the trick so job done as per pic,thanks all
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