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Transmission bearing replacement

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Transmission bearing replacement

Postby 19WHY64 » July 12th, 2018, 9:19 am

I have a 1995 carver mariner crusader motors with v drive i have a vibration in the starb. motor there is some slop in the prop shaft no tranny fluid loss .Can this be replaced with out pulling motor ? I can not find anyone in our area after over a week to look at it .


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Re: Transmission bearing replacement

Postby Viper » July 12th, 2018, 10:29 pm

Welcome aboard.
Firstly, you need find the cause of the vibration. where is the slop you're talking about? Your title indicates you suspect a transmission bearing. How did you come to this conclusion? It's more likely to be your running gear or an alignment issue. Could be the prop, bent strut or strut alignment, bad strut bearing, bent shaft, engine misalignment, etc. To assess some of these the boat will have to be out of the water.

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