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    Default Bravo 1 coupler question

    Do all Bravo 1 couplers have grease zerk fittings so the shaft coupler can be greased? I looked pretty good and cannot seem to find any?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 496blazer View Post
    Do all Bravo 1 couplers have grease zerk fittings so the shaft coupler can be greased? I looked pretty good and cannot seem to find any?
    I would say yes what year is yours and what engine is it

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    I would say yes what year is yours and what engine is it
    1988 Centurian with a Merc 330hp (carb) and Bravo 1.

    Thank you for the input.

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    not all but most..it may have had a different one installed along its life also..some aftermarket pieces do not have zerks..

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    The drive should be removed every 2 years minimum: splines cleaned on driveshaft, engine alignment checked, u-joints greased if not permilube and driveshaft splines greased. Its really the only way the coupler gets greased right. Cheeaper to do the drive service than to replace coupler. There is more to a real drive service but that is better than nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FLATS ONLY View Post
    The drive should be removed every 2 years minimum: splines cleaned on driveshaft, engine alignment checked, u-joints greased if not permilube and driveshaft splines greased. Its really the only way the coupler gets greased right. Cheeaper to do the drive service than to replace coupler. There is more to a real drive service but that is better than nothing.
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