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The new Enfield upgrades for the Oilseal Housing for the lower unit now has the capacity to take two back to back oil seals, providing a positive seal for both the internal oil and the external water pressure. These should be fitted with the springs facing outwards.
Well worth changing this part when the lower unit is stripped. It is a simple replacement. 33411503
Gear shift rod and fork
As you can see the original shift rod is simply a bent rod prone to distortion whereas the modification is a complete circle which cannot deform.
The fork which actuates the gearshift has also been modified from simple pressed steel to a much more robust bronze casting.
These parts require considerable work to replace involving removal of the gear change bearing, stripping the lower unit and removal and replacement of the prop. shaft ball bearing race. Once fitted there should be a positive improvement in gear engagement.
which support the various shafts and bevel gears have been upgraded to vastly increase the bearing surface. The new bearings fit in place of the originals but have more than twice the working surface area. Any units required to run under high load conditions should always be modified with these units. It does however require a complete strip down of the upper and lower housing. 7222
Steering Swivel Fork
The Enfield upgrades for the Steering Swivel Fork has been changed and the pins for the reverse catch have been modified to a cross pin arrangement which holds the Vertical Swivel Pin in place and forms the Pivot Pin for the reverse catch. This is retained with a Star Washer at each end.The Steering Swivel Fork comes either complete with the reverse catch or can be supplied without.
We keep in stock good condition second hand refurbished legs. These are available for exchange.
These Legs have been stripped and worn out parts replaced and new gear change rods fitted with new type double seals to propeller shaft.
These legs are tested at or works for oil tightness, on assembly to the boat please check the proper assembly of all gaiters and that the filler and level and drain plugs are tight and that all sealing washers are in place and not damaged by over tightening. Ideally the leg should stand overnight with the oil level at capacity and checked for complete oil integrity before launching.