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3.5CC K&B lower unit/drive shaft question

Old 09-18-2003, 04:57 PM
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Default 3.5CC K&B lower unit/drive shaft question

How do you connect the drive shaft to the prop shaft? Do you have to take the lower unit apart or is there a way to take the prop shaft out witout taking apart the lower unit? Thanks for your help in advance.
Old 09-18-2003, 05:02 PM
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Default RE: 3.5CC K&B lower unit/drive shaft question

Never mind, I'm good. I went ahead and disembeled the lower unit and I'll be able to do this just fine. I'll post pictures when I get my rigger running.
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Lesson learned, You don't even have to take the lower unit apart.
Old 09-18-2003, 06:34 PM
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Default RE: 3.5CC K&B lower unit/drive shaft question

I hope that you did learn that the drive is left-hand threaded I had to learn this when I got my first one. A little trick for oyu also while I'm answering. Go to the Hobby Shop and get the little wrench that comes with Cox .049 motors. The one end fits the drive and the center is the right size for removing prop nuts.

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