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    Default what do you think twisted shaft

    i can not get the prop on. how much do you think it will cost me??
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    Default jumping a wave can you twist your prop shaft?

    how mush damage can you do???
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    Your lucky it's just your shaft...

    That's what happens when you re-enter the water under power.

    I'd bet at least $500.
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    Propshaft, load ring, tab washer, seals, gear lube, etc. will be around $700.00. Gear housing needs to be removed to set rolling torque. Plan on somewhere around $900 to $1000. The vertical driveshaft in the gear housing stands a small chance to have the splines twisted also.....
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    Guess you should get a little quicker on the throttle lever
    I'd agree with you, but then we would both be wrong

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    Here the picture back
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    Got it all fix thats for the replies

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    Quote Originally Posted by bajabob View Post
    Got it all fix thats for the replies
    Hope you upgraded to the XR shaft at this time??

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    Default Old thread Question, Can a TWISTED prop shat be straightened?

    My 150 Merc has a twist of amost a full spline

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdanker1 View Post
    My 150 Merc has a twist of amost a full spline
    Unfortunately not.
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    The throttle mans hand is directly related to the owners wallet.

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