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Old 08-11-2007, 07:12 PM
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i have dug out OLD dumas quickie 40 out of basement.where can i get a flex shaft with the prop shaft (3/16)already installed?thanks for the help
Old 08-11-2007, 08:28 PM
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Default RE: where to buy?

http://www.towerhobby.com/

http://www.aeromarinerc.com/

http://www.rossisales.com/

I'm sure there is a few more places you can get them, maybe someone here might have one for you.

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Old 08-11-2007, 10:54 PM
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Closer to you try: http://www.rocketcityracing.com/Pilo...roducts&grp=90 . I love Hughey flex cables, almost all of my boats are equipped with them.
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thanks,i ordered a hughey from rocket city today.this boat has a kb .40 in it any prop size recomendations?thanks again
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That's going to be a hard one to answer as K&B .40's are kind of on the ancient side. The old Torpedo used to be a hot engine in its time and they also made a Sport .40 that also was a side exhaust engine.
I'd try an Octura X series prop to make it more drivable then go to a lifting prop once you've got it dialed back in. Something around a 45-47mm might be a place to start.

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