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Old 06-09-2008, 21:25   #1
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oil bath shaft system

Has anyone refitted their boat with one of the two available products, evolution or seatorque? If so how was performance changed. I am considering putting one of them in m 35' lobster boat to try to squeeze a little more speed, efficiency out of the 220 john deer as well as reducing vibration. Any insight would be greatly apprecieated.
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I've never seen or heard of one in action but it looks like a high maintenance unit. And if the seals were to fail all hell could brake loose in a short time.

If you pull your boat out often, like most fisherman, then an inspection and maintenance each time would be good insurance.
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