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fish2live

99 honda bf 75

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fish2live

my prop shaft seal went out on the honda bf 75. how difficult is it to replace the seal. are there any tricks i need to know or is straight foward?

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To do the job properly you would need to remove and dissasemble the lower unit, then install the new seal with the correct seal installation tool. Otherwise a shortcut would be to hook the seal out from the rear and install a new one using the correct sized pipe in lieu of a seal installation tool. It can be done, but be careful, its easy to bend the seal and get a leak doing it that way.

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fish2live

hey thanks the more i look at it i think i will bring it in.

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