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    End all prop tool

    After struggling w/ my stock prop and reading the tread about breaking loose props, I decided to make the end all to end all prop tools. Hey, I work hard so I don't have to.
    Jack handle, 2"sq, 1-1/4",1-5/8"pipe, assorted old sockets ( one 6 point 1"), cutoff grinder and a welder. Don't forget the anti seize. Done...next.
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    looks good put some anti seize on the shaft threads and you shouldnt have such a hard time getting the prop back off.

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    Now that's forward thinking!

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    I had anti seize all over the threads and it was still hard to get off, I couldn't imagine how bad it would have been without.

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    Make sure you torque it when you TIGHTEN it. If you don't, the motor will and it will be tighter than you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5001craig View Post
    Make sure you torque it when you TIGHTEN it. If you don't, the motor will and it will be tighter than you want.
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