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    Default Greasable or sealed bearing

    I just acquired a boat with a bad bellows. Going to do the replacement myself. Unfortunately the boat is a 4 hour drive from me. I have the serial number of the unit. It is OM280987. I need to order the parts but don't know if it is a greasable or sealed bearing. Can it be determined by the serial number?

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    Normally our bearing is greasable but currently we are selling it with the sealed bearing which is compatible with a greasable or sealed gimbal housing.

    Regards,

    Tech Support

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    Thanks for the information.

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