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Old 06-28-2018, 02:45 PM   #1
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Default Trim Tab Cylinder Replacement

I am going to replace both cylinders on my 2000 2400SCR. The starboard side hose is splitting and both cylinders leak pretty badly. I've already purchased the new cylinders and hoses so no need to discuss rebuilding. My question is, how tough of a job is it going to be to simply switch them out? It doesn't look too bad but looks can be deceiving! Any advice is always appreciated.
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It should not be too bad. Where the hoses go through the transom will be some sealant to deal with. Probably the worst part will be reaching back to the pump to connect the new hoses.
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Mike, thanks. That's what I thought too but I wanted to see if there were any hidden issues to be aware of. I appreciate the feedback.
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