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Old 06-29-2013, 12:20 PM
nkorep2 nkorep2 is offline
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Join Date: Apr 2012
Boat: 1990 Prostar, 351 Windsor
Location: Southeast
Posts: 211
Chances are you will have to replace the shaft and couple because its unlikely that it will wanna come off and you'll have to cut the shaft, I took my shaft to a machine shop with a huge press to remove the prop, tranny will likely be ok for a rebuild. If you're careful, I imagine a 7-8k investment over the entire restoration, 10k max, which in my eyes is still worth it because if the learning that will take place.

See if you can figure out more history of the boat and share with us.
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