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Old 11-07-2007, 07:44   #61
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Old 11-07-2007, 10:56   #62
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Originally Posted by Alan Wheeler
Rick, I am interested in reading that info, but your link won't open for me. That maybe my computor with the problem, so can you Email it to me?
Pardon the interruption, Wheels, but I thought the same thing when I clicked on that link. Once I scrolled down the apparently blank page, though, the text was there. It's worth a try.


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Folks should remember that Hurth was bought by ZF and the model numbers have changed. Most Hurth /ZF gears for apps under 50 hp are the mechanical type that carry the "M" for mechanical They have "Dog" type clutches that lock in position . ZF10M ZF12M etc.

These relate to the old Hurth numbers ZF10 = Hurth HBW100 The HSW designated gears were hydraulic

Also those that use engine water to feed the stuffing box should lock the prop as there is no water to lube the stuffing box with the engine off.

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