Evinrude Model#7512 7.5 HP Impeller Housing

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  • Rusted Junk

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    #238379

    Hi All,
    Having trouble getting the impeller housing off of the Evinrude 7.7 HP Fleetwin, I am trying not to destroy it and reuse it . Seems like it is pressed in or ?? Anyone been thru this ?
    Thanks,
    RJ

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    dave-bernard

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    #238382

    Try heat ?????


    frankr

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    #238384

    It should fall out. In fact, it is held in place by a flat metal spring below it. Must just be corrosion around it.


    bobw

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    #238388

    In the picture, what’s up with that tab on the right side of the housing? Epoxied in place or something?

    Bob

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    frankr

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    #238389

    In the picture, what’s up with that tab on the right side of the housing? Epoxied in place or something?

    Notice there are no screws in the housing—it can rotate in there. EXCEPT for that tab which fits into a notch in the gearcase which prevents it from rotating. Along with that, a flat spring holds the pump housing up in place (no screws)

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    Rusted Junk

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    #238393

    I got it out , thanks for the advise,
    RJ

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    Rusted Junk

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    #238396

    Now figure out the neutral clutch adjustment stuff.🤪


    Rusted Junk

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    #240071

    I have the neutral clutch working and the new impeller is working nicely, my next project is to replace the recoil spring, the parts diagram shows there is a starter hub pin #202156 and the starter spindle and pin. Are there two pins in the assembly, the only pin I see is the one in the starter spindle, if there are two pins where does the other one fit into the assembly.

    Thanks,
    RJ

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    frankr

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    #240105

    Only one pin. It is just saying if you order a spindle it comes with a pin installed.


    Rusted Junk

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    #240111

    Thanks, that is kind of what I thought. What diameter and length of rope do you use, thinking I’ll replace the while i have it apart.
    Thanks again,
    Steve

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