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If a Konrad fits a TRS then Can you use a Konrad Gimble to replace a TRS?

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Old 02-26-2007, 10:17 PM
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If a guy needed to save some money and needed to replace a gimble, could he use a Konrad gimble and put the TRS back onto that gimble since TRS gimble parts are getting scarce? Just asking in case I need one in the future.
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Old 02-26-2007, 11:06 PM
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I thought the Konrad only fit where a TRS once was(same size hole)....not that the two have interchangable parts.


I could be wrong
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If a guy needed to save some money and needed to replace a gimble, could he use a Konrad gimble and put the TRS back onto that gimble since TRS gimble parts are getting scarce? Just asking in case I need one in the future.

Yes, you can bolt a TRS up to the Konrad transom assembly but you would need to retain your TRS drive bellhousing. (same bolt pattern, different oil res coupler)

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Cool idea. Then get a drive later if needed.
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