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    Oil coming out pto

    I rod my ski sat and the oil light came on so I crept back 2 the trailer and when I got home no oil on the stick. Abought 1/2 quart in bottom in hull is there a seal in the back of housing?


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    Yes. The bearing 'clicks' open and closed. And if the rubber tip on the driveshaft isn't installed I heard it can leak oil as well.

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    Just put new rubber on drive shaft wasn't leaking before that. Old rubber was destroyed! Did try 2 get plastic cap out but couldn't maybe I damaged it?

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    Update I dont have a leak I have a waterfall. I got very lucky I was close 2 the trailer.

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    As soon as I get get over to your house I want you to help me with my groco and teach me how to change a prop!

    So did you get the seal fixed yet??

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    I dont know how 2 get it out anybody changed one of these?

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    I dont know how 2 get it out anybody changed one of these?
    what exactly did you do before you had this problem? here's some pictures for you. show us the parts you fondled is the part in ? in the set of pictures I just posted
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    Quote Originally Posted by JFizzleJR View Post
    Yes. The bearing 'clicks' open and closed. And if the rubber tip on the driveshaft isn't installed I heard it can leak oil as well.
    I think he rolled the O ring going in I don't know about the rubber tip damper though? The damper is there as a cushion But for sure if you hurt that O-ring.......ya be leakin like a SOB

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    I must have got the o ring oil is pouring out.

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    Mine is leasking huge oil - I'm hoping it's the o rings - Hope to find out tonight 2005 with pump extension

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