1955 Evinrude 15014 15 hp

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  • mercuryman
    mercuryman

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    #174238

    Can you change the upper crank seal with out spiting crankcase? Any one know the SKF number for seal ?

    Thanks

    frankr
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    #174239

    15014 has a carbon seal. It just lifts out.

    EDIT: Oops, depends on serial number. Later ones used a conventional seal 303804. Some people dig them out. Other people invest in the special puller. http://www.richardsoutboardtools.com Or split the case.

    6.-Crankshaft-and-Piston

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    mercuryman

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    #174243

    My serial # is 17923 and there is no washer or spring it looks like regular seal so it must 303804.

    Not much room there to dig out.

    Thanks for info Birney

    RICHARD A. WHITE
    RICHARD A. WHITE

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    #174244

    Birney,
    That seal puller will cover 18-35 hp motors. Since the later serial numbered 15hp had the upgraded seals this will work for those.
    Richard

    http://www.richardsoutboardtools.com
    classicomctools@gmail.com

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    1957evinrude

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    #174652

    I would get the tool to avoid any possible damage trying to remove it. Very easy with the tool.

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