Re: Trim/Tilt removal Force 125
It's gonna take a LOT of patience and some heat.A small propane torch won't do anything!!!!
I have a regular oxy/acetylene tank and torch.
I used PB Blaster and heat.
Heat and a 2-3# hammer.
Be carefully as you can melt the aluminum.
Heat and tap.PB and tap and more heat and tap and PB and heat and again.
IT will take a bit to get it apart but it will come.
The best thing is find one from fresh water.They come apart a lot easier.
The stainless and aluminum actually weld themselves together.
Get towing insurance.Great investment.
88 Bayliner with twin 85's