I know that Craig Colabella has used them on our outboard gearcase quite often.
We have 3 sets of #6 drives (2 dry sump) that might need shafts; there's nothing wrong with the shafts except wear at the seal surface.
Instead of replacing #6 prop shafts because of wear at the seal area has anyone used the speedi-sleeves from SKF?
If that won't work what are some options?
Last edited by Dueclaws; 05-04-2011 at 08:03 AM.
Thanks Ryan: I believe that's a good example.
I seem to recall that's what Craig told me when he dry sumped the 6's. Do you have the current contact info for Craig? His web site is not active.
Number 6 shafts dont seem to last especially in salt water.
A bunch of guys who do 6 work can install the sleeves.
Thanks. I left a message for Craig
You can do a speedy sleeve or have the shafts ceramic coated.
Thanks: hadn't thought about ceramic.
Once again JT @ TNT came through and was a huge help with the speedi sleeves. Thanks Johnny!
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