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It will be a big job done in dry, with very possibly removed engine and Saildrive. If its recent, then you could just open clean and fix where water entered (mostly shaft seals). If its been a while, then chances are gears and other parts are corroded by now, and sometimes cheaper to replace the entire drive. Another killing factor use to be galvanic corrosion perforating the underwater case. Either way, its a serious problem and must be addressed quickly.
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