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Rebuilding trim cylinders.

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Rebuilding trim cylinders.

Postby RogyExcel » Mon May 30, 2022 11:21 pm

Needing to rebuild leaking trim cylinder. Have the rebuild kit and the spanner wrench to do the job. Question is, can this be done without removing the cylinder from the boat? Looks easy enough (if removing the cap isnt to much of a chore).

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Re: Rebuilding trim cylinders.

Postby CptBill » Tue May 31, 2022 2:46 pm

Yes, And welcome Aboard. The cap will be the biggest and hardest part. Also the the stern most shaft/pin needs to either come out or be moved from side to side as you go but get the cap loose first. Last one I did I needed to use a punch to get the cap to start moving
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