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    Prop Shaft Seal Housing's made for 1", 1 1/8" and 1 1/4"....includes housing, seal, zerk fitting and snap ring........eliminate prop shaft wear from heavy brass housings with these made from Delrin.
    Delrin displays a number of outstanding traits not found in metals such as: Natural lubricity, high rigidity and mechanical strength, long term fatigue resistance, and a high resistance to moisture.
    These have been used for over 20 years with excellent results in everything from recreational boats to TAF & TAH
    $75
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    Dan Aaseth
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    Last edited by LiquidDan; 08-15-2019 at 05:11 PM.
    Originally Posted by gn7 "Stick to making the worlds best engine stand."

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    Shawn...nice to meet you at Ming this weekend
    Brian...yours is going out today
    Thanks guys
    Originally Posted by gn7 "Stick to making the worlds best engine stand."

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    Ttt.......
    Originally Posted by gn7 "Stick to making the worlds best engine stand."

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    Bump.....
    Originally Posted by gn7 "Stick to making the worlds best engine stand."

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    I put one of these shaft seals in my flat over the winter. Direct replacement of the old brass/chrome size and fit in my super tight application perfect. Have made a bunch of passes with around 11,000 shaft RPM, not a drop of water leaking by... Nice part
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    Quote Originally Posted by David 519 View Post
    I put one of these shaft seals in my flat over the winter. Direct replacement of the old brass/chrome size and fit in my super tight application perfect. Have made a bunch of passes with around 11,000 shaft RPM, not a drop of water leaking by... Nice part
    Thanks for the kind words David!!!!!
    Originally Posted by gn7 "Stick to making the worlds best engine stand."

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    Eddie,
    Yours shipped yesterday
    Thanks
    Originally Posted by gn7 "Stick to making the worlds best engine stand."

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    Bumpin...
    Originally Posted by gn7 "Stick to making the worlds best engine stand."

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    Dan, Thanks for a terrific product!
    Simplicity is nice! I will be calling for another one for my buddy.
    Thanks again

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    Bump...will be at Ming this weekend if anyone needs one
    Thanks
    Originally Posted by gn7 "Stick to making the worlds best engine stand."

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    I made one of delrin when I built my boat.
    Dan is right... dozens of reasons why to buy one from him.
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    Thanks Steve, how's the new shop?...was that site Garage Journal Forums any help?
    Originally Posted by gn7 "Stick to making the worlds best engine stand."

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    Bump
    Originally Posted by gn7 "Stick to making the worlds best engine stand."

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