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so switching from Chryslers to Chevy's. I have a starter that has a positive post, and "R" and a "S". Ignition system is Mallory Unilite. Coming from Ignition switch on helm is a purple, a white, and a red. Think red goes to positive post along with battery cable. That's where I ...
So moving to a larger prop and shaft and it seems the prop is aweful close to the rudder, maybe an inch? Is there a minimum distance that is preferred. Could not have been too much more than that with the old set up.
I would paint, but high degree paint not necessary. Paint on the bottom where it bolts to head will burn off no matter what you use - the rest does not get that hot. I always use a sealant with the gaskets to fill in all the nooks and crannies - others may not. Just re-read your email. If your talki...
- Mon May 07, 2018 6:43 am
- Forum: About My Boat Brags
- Topic: "Easy Does It" joins "Aquaholic" in the Lambert M fleet
- Replies: 4
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Congrats! Baffled by you guys that can take on 2 boats. 2 things come to mind, time and money.
Now that the rudders are done - Yes - that is an obvious and excellent suggestion. That did not cross my mind!! Bottom line is, I was going to have to have some work done to the shafts as the crusaders with reduction gear add about 6 inches to the drive train. I would have had to cut them down anywa...
Unfortunately I think most of these 45+ year old boats have not been routinely maintained, so 45 years worth of use, probably better replace it. Will just have the shop that is making the struts and rudders throw a couple shafts on the bill.
Drive savers are 1/4 inch plastic piece that goes between the transmission and the prop shaft hub in order to isolate the shaft preventing any stray DC current to travel down to the prop and cause corrosion - I think that is close to the right answer. My 1973 32' has 1" shafts with 1 1/2 shaft ...