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    Default Need Straight Driveshaft Parts

    I am looking for some Parts to finish Solid Driveshaft setup for a Circle Boat.

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    Casales Input Shaft. 1 3/8" Single Keyway

    Coupler. 1 3/8". Driveshaft to V-Drive Input Shaft

    Casales Driveshaft Tube Adapter. 3 1/4" OD Tube

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    I think I have what you need, call me anytime.

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    1. The Casales input shaft should have a single 1/4" keyway in it.

    2. The Coupler should look like a propshaft coupler except for a 1 3/8" shaft with a 1/4" keyway.

    3. The Casales driveshaft tube adapter is also a bearing retainer and shaft seal.
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    Coupler should look like this

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    I have the input shaft you are looking for. JJ Beaver can build you a coupler. Probably have to bite the bullet and get the driveline coupler from Casale.
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