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Old 31 March 2009, 14:23   #1
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opti prop shaft end float..how much?

Hi again, another opti question which I hope someone may know the answer to.

What is the amount of end float on the propshaft of a opti 150. i.e when I pull the prop towards me how much horizontal travel should there be?

The prop by the way is fully tight.

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ring me at barrus i will check the service manual
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Cross checked at weekend all ok

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So how much should there be?

I've got a 2001 150hp Opti with a few hundred hours and it would be good to check.
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