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Old 05-19-2005, 11:07 PM
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Do they make a 1/4 or 1/2 inch spacer for a no.6 drive? Anyone know where to get a pair? I can only find 1" which is too big. Thank you
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Old 05-19-2005, 11:40 PM
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You might want to try bammarine.com . They are available in 1/2" increments from 1/2-3".
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Mercury Part number for 1/2" "Six Drive Spacer Plate" is 846743A 1
but you better be sitting down, List price is $1046.45, it is available from Bam Marine for $867.67
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[QUOTE=LubeJobs42]Do they make a 1/4 or 1/2 inch spacer for a no.6 drive? Anyone know where to get a pair? I can only find 1" which is too big. Thank you[/QUOTE

Sounds like your getting into the last part of getting your boat dialed in. See you at some poker run down the road. I just put shiftable crash boxes in FREEDOM US1 46 Skater. Now that your dealing with big power that might be the next thing on your shopping list. Have Fun!!
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Do they make a 1/4 or 1/2 inch spacer for a no.6 drive? Anyone know where to get a pair? I can only find 1" which is too big. Thank you
I know they make 1/2 inch spacers.I have to check but i think i can get them for you.
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Lube job,
I have a pair of half inch spacers with a half hour trial time. I'll trade for your 1 inch spacers
call 781 831 5318
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Do they make a 1/4 or 1/2 inch spacer for a no.6 drive? Anyone know where to get a pair? I can only find 1" which is too big. Thank you[/QUOTE

Sounds like your getting into the last part of getting your boat dialed in. See you at some poker run down the road. I just put shiftable crash boxes in FREEDOM US1 46 Skater. Now that your dealing with big power that might be the next thing on your shopping list. Have Fun!!
I would like to know more about the shiftable crash boxes. We have Bams transmission that have been working great. We also have a pair of B&M 2 speeds we were thinging about using but decided not to. We have been dialing it in for the last month. The acceleration is incredable. We think the drives might be a tiny bit high. We are still getting a lot of slip. We hit the rev limiters really quick. When we start trimming iit out and getting into the 140's the boat tends to hook to the right and the steering gets a little loose. We think the spacers will help and we just traded out 17" props for 16.5" diameter.
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Lube job,
I have a pair of half inch spacers with a half hour trial time. I'll trade for your 1 inch spacers
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Hi Walt, I will give you a call tomorrow. Thank you.
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I would like to know more about the shiftable crash boxes. We have Bams transmission that have been working great. We also have a pair of B&M 2 speeds we were thinging about using but decided not to. We have been dialing it in for the last month. The acceleration is incredable. We think the drives might be a tiny bit high. We are still getting a lot of slip. We hit the rev limiters really quick. When we start trimming iit out and getting into the 140's the boat tends to hook to the right and the steering gets a little loose. We think the spacers will help and we just traded out 17" props for 16.5" diameter.
I ran a 40 Skater with the drives too high and it started to track at a certain speed.The spacers helped and picked up speed.
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I would like to know more about the shiftable crash boxes. We have Bams transmission that have been working great. We also have a pair of B&M 2 speeds we were thinging about using but decided not to. We have been dialing it in for the last month. The acceleration is incredable. We think the drives might be a tiny bit high. We are still getting a lot of slip. We hit the rev limiters really quick. When we start trimming iit out and getting into the 140's the boat tends to hook to the right and the steering gets a little loose. We think the spacers will help and we just traded out 17" props for 16.5" diameter.
we are running the scs shiftable boxes on a big power 36 nortech (1400+hp)these thing are awsome they shift just like butter get it up on plane and just hammer it!!!! no slip and your not worried about the trannie giving out
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