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Bill, I think there is an article in the library which discusses that feat. May not be for the same size motor you have, but the principle is the same. I'd recommend you get a manual for your motor. That will enable you to preform a lot of the maintenance yourself and save you many times over the cost of the manual. Matter of fact, try this link...

http://www.catfish1.com/forums/showthread.php?t=51111
 

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The shift rod comes out with the lower unit. don't forget the bolt under the trim tab.I installed a new pump in my 115 last fall.
 

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When you reassemble the lower unit, make sure the water tube goes into the part on the foot. Otherwise it will slip to the side, and after you have it all together and run the motor to test it, it won't pump water out the holes. Then you have to take the lower unit back off and keep doint it until you get it right. LOL The voice of experience speaks loudly.
 
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