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There is 2 screws on the leg.One is below the bulge of the g/box and the other is just near the cavitation plate.Usually about 12-15mm across and flathead screwdriver.(usually)Pull out the bottom screw,then release the top screw.The oil will flow out.Good idea to replace the washers on them.To refill the g/box,you have to pump the oil in from the LOWER plug.The bottles the oil comes in ,have a tapered nozzle and you squeeze the bottle untill it comes out the top hole.You fill the oil from the bottom up.(no air bubbles in the g/box)Replace the screws.Job done.Take the prop off and make sure no fishing line on the shaft and put some grease on the shaft and replace.Hope this helps
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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