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Thanks for info,as you said my one is previous model without greasing nipple. I got an maintance instruction
from Bruntons which will be very helpfull for me.I will forward email came from Bruntons.
I checked SM 246 and it had an AUTOPROP with open bearings, so, you probably have the same kind. Unlike the later models, which have sealed bearings with steel balls, your prop has stainless steel balls on open tracks. Although they don't really need it,
you may grease these balls from the outside. This will prevent too much scaling on the balls.
If you feel the bearings make a grinding noise, then it's time to replace the balls and tracks, which you can order from Brunton's. The stainless steel balls don't stand wear as much as the steel ones (which rust, nobody's perfect, that's why they are
sealed with grease nipples for renewing the grease).
No grease nipples on the first model of the Autoprop.
FYI (everybody) hull #259 has an Autoprop with sealed bearings, the change is around 250.
On Monday, April 1, 2019, 4:25:19 PM GMT+2, ahmet kipcak <ahmetkipcak@...
Thanks for your valuable feedback, As BilI said my one seems to be an old model, I will contact with Mr David from Bruntons.
The new forum with its ability to easily embed pictures into your posts as Mark has done to answer Ahmet's excellent question is a vast improvement. It makes it so much easier for everyone to understand the topic in context. It's been said
many times now but kudos to all of the moderators for making this happen - especially as seamlessly as they did!
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Oro-Medonte, Ontario, Canada