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Came across this post and thought as a professional diving company we should set the record straight. Here in San Diego, BlueTech Marines technical diving team can replace the cutlass bearing on a shaft up to 2” diameter for much cheaper then a trip to the yard.
Normal process involves pulling the prop and removing the shaft to get the bearing out. That adds up quickly in labor, parts and a haul out fee.

Our team can do this job in water without the need for Driveshaft removal or haul out. We use state of the art specialized press to remove the bearing and press in a new one in under 2 hours.
 

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