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Old 07-06-2013, 08:13 PM
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http://www.bukh-bremen.de/files/346/...is%20ZF85A.pdf

Don't forget to address the corroded output shaft and be prepared that you may not be able to seat the new seals due to pitting of the seat.
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If I am faced with this, do you think that a speedi-sleeve kit would be a propper way to address the problem?
Also, where is a good source for parts?

Thanks,
Luke
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Old 07-06-2013, 08:26 PM
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Thank you!
If I am faced with this, do you think that a speedi-sleeve kit would be a propper way to address the problem?
Also, where is a good source for parts?

Thanks,
Luke
I think Engine Nut is 10x smarter than I am about Indmar drive trains. If I were you, I'd call Indmar. SkiDim is another good source for parts. Both places work hard to be helpful over the phone.

I don't know where you're going to find a service manual for the boat. AFAIK, they aren't available.
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Old 07-07-2013, 10:40 AM
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Thank you!
If I am faced with this, do you think that a speedi-sleeve kit would be a propper way to address the problem?
Also, where is a good source for parts?

Thanks,
Luke
Th speedi-sleeve is the only way to address the issue. Replacing the entire hollow shaft that runs through the transmission is an extremely difficult an expensive job. There is a service manual for the transmission but it does not show the speedi-sleeve installation and tells you that you have to disassemble the transmission to replace the seal. You don't have to. The seal can be removed fron the outside. You can get the parts from inboardonline.com

The output shaft seal for the engine side is P/N 905214 and the speedi-sleeve kit is 905215. If they don't list them on their site, call them and they will get them for you.
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Old 07-11-2013, 12:57 PM
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Thank you both for the help & part #'s!

I'm trying to pull this apart before I order all of the parts. I just pulled the prop (great fun!), & now Iím about to disassemble the inner coupling. Before I mess anything up, is this the proper procedure? Can anyone give me a quick run-through of how it all comes apart? I have looked at the manual & nothing addresses this part of the removal.

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