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parkcityeric
03-31-2006, 12:32 AM
I have a 2001 Prostar 190 EVO with a 2001 Indmar 310HP motor and 2001 Hurtz transmission. As far as I can tell, the transmission is a ZF Marine HSW 450 D. I need to know if the prop shaft is a 1" or 1 1/8" to verify that I ordered the right PSS shaft seal.

BrianM
03-31-2006, 10:55 AM
Non-powerslot will be the 1". Powerslot is 1 1/8"

TMCNo1
03-31-2006, 11:14 AM
Non-powerslot will be the 1". Powerslot is 1 1/8"

The transmission you referenced is a 1:1 and has a 1" prop shaft.


FYI, :D
Starting with the 2005 Models, ALL prop shafts are 1 1/8", so as to reduce the number of replacement parts by having all the couplings, shafts, dripless stuffing boxes, struts, strut bearings and prop hubs the same.

parkcityeric
03-31-2006, 11:36 PM
Thank-you for the information . . . I thought it was a 1" but wanted to make sure before tackling the project of installing the seal.

crdickey
03-31-2006, 11:56 PM
The transmission you referenced is a 1:1 and has a 1" prop shaft.


FYI, :D
Starting with the 2005 Models, ALL prop shafts are 1 1/8", so as to reduce the number of replacement parts by having all the couplings, shafts, dripless stuffing boxes, struts, strut bearings and prop hubs the same.

My is a 2003 PS-197 with a Z trans 1:1 ratio and it can stock with a 1-1/8" shaft.

east tx skier
04-01-2006, 01:33 AM
The transmission you referenced is a 1:1 and has a 1" prop shaft.


FYI, :D
Starting with the 2005 Models, ALL prop shafts are 1 1/8", so as to reduce the number of replacement parts by having all the couplings, shafts, dripless stuffing boxes, struts, strut bearings and prop hubs the same.


Hmm, I'm learning. Interesting.

TMCNo1
04-01-2006, 11:53 PM
The info I gave parkcityeric was from Bill Gaddis [Warranty Tech] @ MC, friday shortly after he posted his thread, I suspect since the transfer to some, then all of the Hurtz transmissions there have been some exceptions in preparations for the complete change over to ALL 1 1/8" drivetrain components. ICBW.

east tx skier
04-01-2006, 11:56 PM
Well, they've been using the ZF Hurth for a while now. My father in law's 98 has one and runs a 1" shaft. I know because I had to buy a replacement for it two years ago. :o