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Old 23 March 2008, 06:46   #1
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Sternpowr 103 prop removal

Hi, we're just working on a Sternpowr 103 leg and seem to be having difficulties removing the cone from the prop shaft. We have have checked the manual but it doesn't seem to mention it. It doesn't seem to screw off, does it need pullers to be removed? Any suggestions?
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Old 24 March 2008, 03:24   #2
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Hi It does screw off .Havent got one on mine yet but the shaft at the end is threaded.If no one else replies i,ll try and find out exactly the proceedure Regards Peter
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Old 24 March 2008, 15:15   #3
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Does it look like this?
If so there should be a hole which you could stick a screwdriver through.
If not, as it's an anode it should be soft enough to drill through.
If memory serves me right it's threaded only a short distance, about 1 inch.
If you don't know how long it's been since the prop was removed you might have a job pulling it- I ended up trashing mine
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Old 24 March 2008, 18:12   #4
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Ha, the joys of it! Thats the one alright and its a right hand thread I'm guessing, it should be fun getting it off so. Did you have to source a new cone when you thrashed it then or was it a case of getting a whole new shaft or what came of it? We'll have to start posting a few pics as well. Its on a little pac 22 project and its coming along well(hope it stays going that way, fingers crossed :P). Thanks for the reply.
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Old 25 March 2008, 04:41   #5
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No, the cone was fine. It was the prop I trashed and fortunately I had a new spare I had purchased secondhand for £150 (new approx £300 ).
Shaft was okay too. Spares for these things can be bought from Lancing Marine but they can be pricey. Note that there were new trim rams fitted as well as these are a PITA if the P22 is left in the water.
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no It is a left handed thread. mine came off ok. Just put a screwdrive in the hole to start it. now having a problem with the prop. seems stuck, may have to use a bit of heat
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I'm hoping after nearly 14 years, he's managed to do it!

But, to try and make a useful comment, I replaced the cone with a Nylock.
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