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Old 01-01-2020, 19:15   #46
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Re: Why does Yanmar recommend leaving SD20 in neutral while sailing

Originally Posted by expatria View Post
You can leave your gear in reverse when sailing as you have a properly engineered folding prop not a fixed one as is common in Europe on basic boats.
Additionally you have a dog clutch not cone clutch."

That's the crux of it. If you have a folding prop, the situation changes completely.

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