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    removing the intermedate shaft

    once the prop is pulled can the inter shaft/coupler be removed from hull without moving the engine...
    seen the three m8 bolts to rear of fire wall to remove is there anything else??

    thanks, paul


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    Paul, you will have to move the engine forward to get it out.

    All that holds it in is the 3 bolts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffsntx View Post
    Paul, you will have to move the engine forward to get it out.

    All that holds it in is the 3 bolts.
    thanks...pm sent

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    is it possible to remove prop and inspect from transom plate with flash light rather than move engine as this is just an thought on what a problem could be

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    Quote Originally Posted by saltygpr13 View Post
    is it possible to remove prop and inspect from transom plate with flash light rather than move engine as this is just an thought on what a problem could be
    Paul, you will never be able to see them well enough. If you had a bore scope you could do it though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffsntx View Post
    Paul, you will never be able to see them well enough. If you had a bore scope you could do it though.
    steved has a bore scope.... ....

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    What are you looking for? Prarie dogs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrotoys View Post
    What are you looking for? Prarie dogs?
    looking for groomed rats...lol...

    your bloody rat thing dont like me....it makes me nervious
    Last edited by Hydrotherapy; 08-02-2007 at 04:51 PM.

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    Jeez! That thing looks SCARY!
    Sounds like you're looking up the same hole as me, Paul! I can't tell if the coupler shaft is u/s, but I guess it will be after looking at the state of the driveshaft splines! I'm going to pull the motor forward and remove it on Saturday to have a look.The prices from boats.net aren't too frightening (a little over $400 incl. shipping), but Jims going to see if he's got anything in the shop, so I'll wait to hear from him.

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