R: RE: [Amel] BOW THRUSTER


Giovanni TESTA
 

Sorry Malcom,
when I remove the 4 studs the end housing comes out along the axis with the bearing or the bearing remain fixed to the axis?
It seams that the circlips link the bearing to end housing and to axis. So it seams that I have to remove the circlips before.
Gianni

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Da: MPhillips@compositesolutions.co.uk
Data: 7-mar-2011 16.34
A: <amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com>
Ogg: RE: [Amel] BOW THRUSTER



----Messaggio originale----
Da: MPhillips@compositesolutions.co.uk
Data: 7-mar-2011 16.34
A: <amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com>
Ogg: RE: [Amel] BOW THRUSTER






Hi Gianni,

Yes, remove the 4 studs and then the 2 circlips.

I did not require an extractor to remove the bearing.

Pleased that motor is not damaged-- cost is 2000 Euros.

Malcolm

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Sent: 07 March 2011 13:47
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Subject: [Amel] BOW THRUSTER
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Ok Phillips thanks for support.,
Lukily the motor is working properly, no water inside.
I'm very interested in "The end housing

can then be removed and the bearing replaced"
How did you proceed ?
Did you removed the 4 studs I see downup ?
I need an extractor puller or is sufficient to remove the 2 circular
clips ?
May you explain better in detail this part ?
thanks in advance
Gianni

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