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Old 08-26-2002, 12:43 PM
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I noticed yesterday that my port lower does not feel right when you turn the the prop by hand. I am not sure how to explane the feeling but it's like there is a bunch of detents when you turn the prop. Not so strong but you can feel them. It also seem to be harder to turn than the other drive.
When not in gear are there any gears meshing or are there just bearings turning.

Anybody have any ideas???

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Old 08-26-2002, 01:10 PM
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Pull the magnetic drain plug and look for shavings.
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I did, no shavings on the plug or water in the oil.

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Hey Russ......I had small pieces of wood stuck in prop hub area once.......

Just a thought..........

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Thanks Geeter but I try to stay out of the stump fields.

But really it's coming from the inside.
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