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Posted: May 31 2010 at 16:28 | IP Logged Quote Doral Dude

Just changed the oil in my 2005 Monticello's outdrive. Have done this each year but I don't have a torque wrench to check the nut tightness (45 ft.lb. front, 50 rear). Don't see how one could be used with the special VP tool anyhow.

Question: How much fore/aft play should there be in the front prop? There is a bushing in the front nut and if tightened to elinminate play, it protrudes from the nut. Should there be any play in the front prop? I usually leave about 1/16".

Would appreciate imput. Thanks.

DD

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