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    Arrow RACE ENGINNERING Steel Washer Oil lubricate unit

    - no slipping and wear on the metal washers in rough water and race condition -

    the picture shows just a prototype, the final product will be available next week.

    the Oil lubricate system has 2 oil canals inside the unit and offers perfect Oil supply to the "steel washer "

    the RE unit also has a additional bearing for the SC gear shaft

    the RE Kit contains the RE Oil supply Unit + Rotax Racing shaft/gear/washers
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    Malte, do you have to do any machining to the PTO housing to make this work?

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    RE steel washer oil lube unit

    When availiable Ill take three.

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    RE lube unit

    Malte,when they are availiable please PM me with price and payment/delivery arangements.Thanks Howard.

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    How much lighter will this make your wallet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Malte, do you have to do any machining to the PTO housing to make this work?
    Jerry, it looks like you're at least going to have to drill and tap holes on the inside but it would be nice if there was no machining since you could do the drilling and tapping yourself.

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    Yep, they already sent me the info on having to machine the PTO housings to accomodate this mod.

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    and it cost $50,000 and your first born child.

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    You say "the Oil lubricate system has 2 oil canals inside the unit and offers perfect Oil supply to the "steel washer "

    Are you pumping oil down the center of the SC shaft?(which would be great) or just poring more on the outside of the sc?

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    I`m pulling my covers off and will deffinately do this now.

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