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    Broken Solas Prop - Help

    Hey Guys, I have a 2005 R12X with the stage II mac kit on it. I was under the ski tonight and noticed the little copper coloured seal that is on the drive shaft is loose and moving up and down the shaft. I am taking it to the shop i bought it from on saturday but is this likely to have caused any damage.


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    The billet aluminum shaft adapters [cones] always come loose but seldom hurt anything. I always reuse the rubber OEM cone.

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    just squirt some silicone up in there between the prop hub and shaft and push the cone back in and let it dry 24hrs. I use the rubber also.

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    Will Anything have been damaged by water getting inside?

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    Quote Originally Posted by R12XBoi View Post
    Will Anything have been damaged by water getting inside?
    The cone is just there to streamline mostly, I don't think it will cause any other issues.

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