400-800 series installation / repair steps for lower unit.
400-800 repair photos
Co-manufacturer and distributor for GLM Products including aftermarket with 2 year
warranty on parts
K6 See rack position
The shift components (shift rod, rack and pin) are installed
K7 Retainer bolts
K8 gasket temporary placement
The swivel housing mounting gasket is installed, with gasket sealing compound
K9 retainer temporary placement
Oil seals (P/N 86040, and 2 of P/N 86050) are installed into the swivel housing
L1 retainer left loose
The housing is then installed onto the gasket, onto the lower unit. Installation screws are installed.
N1 inside gearcase masked off
The outside of the case, having previously been sandblasted down to the aluminum - is coated with zinc chromate primer.
This is a special primer made to allow paint to adhere to metal and aluminum surfaces.
N3 Painted Grey silver or white
The lower unit is placed into our spray booth, and painted either silver grey (for 1984 - 1985 )models), or white (for
1978 - 1983 models).
O1 Note solid foam packing
O3 Note 26X26X8 inch box
L5 Exhaust housing not included
The lower unit is tightly packed into a box for shipping. Hard Styrofoam is used to surround the outdrive to prevent
damage in case the box is dropped during transport.