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Old 03-13-2011, 09:45 AM
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How else are you going to get to the rear retaining nut that holds the cable in?

I guess you could lift it way up and pull the shift cable through the transom, but I think you would risk bending it.

Either way, would only take about 2 minutes to remove the hinge pins assuming they aren't corroded.
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He means gimbal ring I believe.
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He means gimbal ring I believe.
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You can sneak the cable out without pulling the bell housing.(Yes, Seaford is correct....it's called a bell housing) You just lift it up a little and use a line wrench on the nut.
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How else are you going to get to the rear retaining nut that holds the cable in?

I guess you could lift it way up and pull the shift cable through the transom, but I think you would risk bending it.

Either way, would only take about 2 minutes to remove the hinge pins assuming they aren't corroded.
Its slotted at the bottom,,,, you can get a wrench in there
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Old 03-14-2011, 07:14 PM
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Its slotted at the bottom,,,, you can get a wrench in there
Man - that sounds unpleasant relative to just taking the hinge pins out, but where there's a will I guess there's a way...
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