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    Default CASALE Z DRIVE *NOS*, JACUZZI "W" Bowl *NOS*, JACUZZI "W" S.S. Impeller

    Casale "Z" drive. This is a new, never been used unit I bought many years ago for a project that never happened. I'm tired of looking at it... it needs a new home, "Best reasonable offer!" Also another toe stubber: A New, never used Jacuzzi "W" bowl. "Best reasonable offer" Lastley a very rare Jacuzzi Stainless B Impeller for a "W" pump. This needs to be sent out for repair, sold "As Is" Best Offer as well. Still have some 12* gears for sale, check my other ads. Thanks
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    Sorry if this is a dumbass question Jim. But where would a Z drive be used?

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    Oh my lord.here ive been doing this forever and i thought it was a miss print on v-drive
    what the hell is that thing........

    We need prices too..


    OH I KNOW ..JERSY SKIFF MAYBE..MOTOR IN FRONT OF Z DRIVE..NO

    NOPE NOPE IT HAS DRIVELINE IN AND 1 OUT .WHERES THE PROP SHAFT GO CMON YOUR KILLING ME CANT SLEEP NOW
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    Something like this?
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    A Z drive is used where you need opposing shafts. They have been used in jet boat applications to allow gear changes to speed up or slow down the pump. Also the a used in stern drive applications to lower the cg and also gear up or down. If used with a in/out/reverse housing the eliminate the need for a transmission with a sternpower or Arneson drive. I've also been told that they are used in rock crawlers and 4x4's. As far as pricing goe's...I'll except all offers over $500+. On the jacuzzi bowl...any offer over $150.+, S.S. Impeller $75.00+

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    Quote Originally Posted by liquid addiction View Post
    Sorry if this is a dumbass question Jim. But where would a Z drive be used?
    Some hydroplanes used Z drives. Some jetboats use them. It allows a gear reduction/increase and helps to lower the drive line angle allowing the engine to be further back and/or lower. I think some of the bigger inboards used them as well to improve the driveline angles.
    So many projects, so little time

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