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Old 13 November 2003, 08:35   #51
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I am not dissinterested in your Prop Jon. Now that a double negative if ever I've seen one. So whilst my question to Julie was a little tounge in cheek I wasne poking fun just trying to prolong the discussion really.
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Old 16 November 2003, 18:15   #52
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Interesting thread. Nice to have Julie joining in too

JW - i beleive we spoke many, many moons ago about your prop which we concluded would not fit my Yam 130 but now i have a Merc v6 it's a different story. Remind me of the price, allowing for depreciation over the (years)

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Old 17 November 2003, 06:10   #53
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Torqueshift prop

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If the props not for a Merc V'6 let me know what engine it does fit, as you may be able to fit it to the Merc with a different thrust washer!
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Old 17 November 2003, 08:47   #54
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Julie, the prop will fit OMC, Merc/Mariner and Yamaha V6's as standard and Suzuki with a wee adapter. They don't use a thrust washer, nor do they use a big rubber bush which can spin.
I have a lathe and milling machine so can make whatever I need. Thanks for the offer though.

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Daniel, I'll pm you later.
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Old 17 November 2003, 10:15   #55
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No problem, I see you have facilities to make it fit anyway but if you do need some info re washers/spacers just let me know, always glad to help
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