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|Traxxis Seal with Shield Replacement|
on 19.05. at 12:53
Hi, I have a 2013 Traxxis 55lb transom mount motor. After the first few uses it got noisy, so I removed the prop and saw that the metal ring that is part of the "seal with shield" had separated and could be slid on the shaft. I think that might be the problem. I tried to tap the metal ring back into the seal with a wide screwdriver, but on the next use it became loose again.
I'm thinking I need to replace the seal with shield and would like your opinion. If I need to replace it, can I just pull the old seal out with needlenose pliers and push the new one on or is it more complicated than that? Do I need to put any grease on it?
Thanks very much!
|shimano 2000gt moocher|
on 15.05. at 20:38
I just put in new drag washers and I'm not sure if they need oil,grease,or nothing applied to them. Can anyone help. Thanks
|Changing lower unit on minn kota endura|
on 10.05. at 07:51
I have a minn kota endura 30 with a vibrating lower unit. I have the opportunity to buy a brand new 44# lower unit very cheap. Can I interchange?
on 07.05. at 09:31
Good day. Unsure of your way of description, but there is no flat plate with the line-out on the lip (thin edge) of the plate. All flatties use the click button on the side of the plate, like the older and present day 7000's.
Your ebay referral to a flat plate with the clicker on the lip is bogus. Sorry.
Your clue on flatties: All flat plates use a cast cap, the same as the one under the star on the "palming" models. This makes 2 cast caps per reel, instead of just the one.
There are 3 styles of line-out: 2 with the slider on the lip of the plate, used on palming plates, and one with the button on the side of the plate, used on flatties.
Present day flatties include the Blue Yonder, Rocket, 6500C Special, and a bunch of reels not sold in North America, for the international markets.
Mike's collection of drawings is unruly when it comes to the type of search I suggest you use. Goto Nutter Reel, click reel diagrams, click abu garcia.
Their collection is by age, and all on giant list. Saves clicking back and forth and losing your place.
Mike's setup is great when you know exactly what you want to do.
on 05.05. at 11:29