Gimbal Bearing Removal?

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Gimbal bearing is a tool comprising of two rings mounted on axes at right angles to each other so that an object can remain suspended in a horizontal plane between them. It can cause lots of expensive damage and it mainly fails because of water intrusion into the ujoint bellows.
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Gimbal bearings are bearings that are used to hold together components to keep them stable in conditions are unsteady. Gimbals can be used in ships to keep the ship components together, such as gyro compasses and chronometers, and also used in NASA components. These bearings are extremely important, and have been around for hundreds of years, dating back all the way to the 15th century. The most popular usage of gimbals are in marine applications.
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Yes you have to remove lower unit to replace it. You have to remove the older bearing with a 1/2 inch long socket extension.. Keep driving the extension inward ...
You can start to replace a Gimbal bearing by removing the nuts and bolts that serve to hold the pistons in. Next, remove the pistons and set aside. From here ...
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