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There are 2 ways to do it.
1. Crack open the hydraulic lines by backing them out a few turns. And once they start to leak fluid lift up on the sterndrive, and either tie it up with rope or set it down on a "transom saver" device.
2. Disconnect the trim rams all together but leave the hydraulic lines hooked up. Tie up the rams. Lift the sterndrive up by hand and again either tie it off or set it down on a transom saver.
Those are the only 2 ways to do it. Did you have any further questions on either method? Or does that cover it for you?
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