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Reverse bucket steel bushing question

Discussion in 'Rotax Engine Topics' started by BobJohnson, May 10, 2018.

  1. BobJohnson

    BobJohnson Jet Boat Addict

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    Or anyone- My buckets are stiff to move. Taking apart, cleaning and greasing. Get to the steel bushings that are in the holes on the bucket that the bolts go through to attach to boat. Starboard side metal bushings came out. Port side they are stuck in the housing on the bucket.

    Are these steel bushings supposed to move within the housing or is it ok that the port ones are tight. I don’t want to force them out if they are ok as is.

    Hopefully in the pic you can see where one is out and other is in.

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