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Old 03-23-2011
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I can't help myself. Can anyone tell me if 12 hours of labor sounds right to remove and replace a cutlass bearing with a hydraulic press (ie shaft did not have to be removed) and remove, clean and replace the max-prop? I was told that the cutlass bearing needed two holes tapped in it for the hold down screws.
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