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    Drive shaft grease or not????

    I am replacing my impeller and was curious as to what to use to grease the shaft with before replacing. Can I use the same anti-seeze that I am using with impeller or do I need to get axle greese or something???


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    Put some waterproof grease on the splines. Not a ton, just enough to coat the splines.

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    Thanks I will pick some waterproof grease up.

    Also what should I use to replace the factory glue that I removed due to twisting reatiner bolts(on ride plate)????? Can I use JB weld?????

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    Inside the hull? Use 3M 5200 fast cure. You can get it at WalMart and marine places.

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    Use the 5200 inside the hull too???

    Couldn't find 5200 anywhere. Only found Seasense Polyurethane quick cure 8200. I do have some 5200 ordered but will the 8200 work????

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    and make sure you use antiseize on the impeller

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