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Old 27-07-2016, 05:02   #16
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Re: 1.5 mm play in prop shaft

Originally Posted by gulfbreez View Post
Trust me, iv been thinking about a possible haulout, its not cheap I know.

Yes, its on the hard

Take maybe few hours depend if the prop come easy or not, I mean a couple or 3 hours and done...

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Old 27-07-2016, 05:23   #17
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Re: 1.5 mm play in prop shaft

My opnion for what's its worth is it will be fine. Obviously better to have no play but it wont get worse from here. I just motored approximately 800nm with the cutlass worn. As other's have said find the engine and props sweet spot so that it is as smooth as possible.

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