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Thread: clump, clump sound in lower

  1. #1
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    Default clump, clump sound in lower

    hi all, removed bearing carrier and replaced prop shaft seals and big o-ring on
    bearing carrier, now I hear a clump, clump sound in lower only in reverse
    in forward sounds ok checked the shift shaft looks ok but not sure,
    had problem with shift shaft before but there was ether no reverse
    or a cling, cling, cling sound, drive is trimmed all the way down?

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    Could be a shift adjustment, assuming you got the brass shift lever lined up properly. Email tech@sterndrive.cc for the shift adjustment document. That may help you get it figured out.

    Tech Support

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    ok, I'll try that thanks again for your help, and sei has the best service and info. anywhere for
    all us do-it-your-selfer's .

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