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Old 20-01-2011, 14:08   #1
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Propellor Removal Question

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I have a Yamaha 15 hp 2 stroke. I am removing the propellor (first time). Which way do I turn the nut to take the propellor off counterclockwise or clockwise? It is on tight and I want to make sure I go the right way. Thanks.
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clock wise to tighten,anti clock wise,just like a normal nut to loosen
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