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Re: Gentlemen, knowledge on outboard planetary, and John Saeli

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Case Nutty 1660

01-18-2013 11:04:01

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Tom I have done them a number of them on 2670's which are built the same as the 4490, I will get out my SM and see what I can do planetary seal replacement isn't all that bad but it will help you if I can scan or photo the steps for you makes it goo better, as to special tools I made due with out any and have had 100% success rate so far it may be later before I can help

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01-18-2013 11:37:32

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 Re: Gentlemen, knowledge on outboard planetary, and John Saeli in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-18-2013 11:04:01  
Tom,do you think he should check the sun gears at this time,and possibly rotate them?

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01-18-2013 12:08:12

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 Re: Gentlemen, knowledge on outboard planetary, and John Saeli in reply to Ande, 01-18-2013 11:37:32  
Dan, they are worth looking at for sure depending on the hrs so far both of the 2670's I had have been fine, the ring gear and pinions are what took the wear on them my guess as to why was improper weighting but yes they will be out so its a great time to do a inspection of all planetairy parts for sure always some thing I got in the habit of doing,,,thanks for bringing it up cnt

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