One person operation | Guaranteed Tolerances
80,000 Lb. Tensile Steel
Anyone in the marine repair industry is aware of the many complications normally involved with replacing a worn strut bearing, it usually does something like this. First you remove the prop, then loosen the flange on the gear (transmission) and which the fasteners are usually rusted or corroded. Next you remove the propeller shaft or the strut. If the shaft is in line with the rudder, then it too requires removal. This means disconnecting the steering. All said, this takes many hours of labor, a lot of time involved and not always damage free. With Strut-Pro® Bearing Replacement Tools this process goes a whole lot smoother since there is no removal of the propeller shaft, strut or rudder. There is no cutting, beating or destruction of any kind. Strut fasteners and bedding do not required repair because there is no pressure applied to any other area other than the strut. All done in an hour or less.