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    grease fitting fzs

    does anyone know what size the grease fitting on the Yamaha fzs coupler,thanx
    what a pain in the ass to get to


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    One pump, no more.
    Youll blow your seals out and possibly waterlog the vessel

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    thanx ,how many hrs before u grease coupler

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    1 pump every 100 hours is the most id ever do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwtony View Post
    One pump, no more.
    Youll blow your seals out and possibly waterlog the vessel
    how would you know if the seal has gone? Is it possible to inspect them?

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    Honestly, i wouldn't even touch it. Unless you can hear or feel an issue, you might be trying to fix something that isnt really broken.

    Hold a 3foot wooden dowel on the bearing assembly and press it up to your ear. If there is an audible noise resonating through it, replace. Itll require you to remove bolts from motor mounts and to slide that bitch forward and kind of off to the side.
    I can do the entire swap in under an house because ive done 239 of them, but typically it'll take you about 3-6 hours if you don't loose anything along the way.

    Ive had dozens of my customers do this exact thing and way over pack it and result in a water filled hull

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    Cool

    Gee,Tony,i never thought you'd be a "one pump" guy🤔,and every 100 hrs😱,that must be rough😜

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    Quote Originally Posted by incognito View Post
    Gee,Tony,i never thought you'd be a "one pump" guy樂,and every 100 hrs,that must be rough
    Well, didn't he just get married recently? ...

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    Hmm I have started getting more water in the hull after a ride I did have a leak from the exhaust but the water seems to have come back now wonder if the seal
    has blown? Any way to check or is it just the water in the hull or is there another way? This is an SHO and the grease fitting is up by the flush port.

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