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Old 08-07-2018, 12:54 PM
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Driveshaft Nut Size -- Powerslot

Last night I started the project of replacing my strut. Because the strut was bent when I bought the boat and I don't know what caused that damage, I also would like to pull the drive shaft to make sure it is within tolerance. I picked up a 1-1/16" socket but it's not big enough to fit on the nut which holds the coupler on the end of the drive shaft. Boat is a '92 ProStar 190 with the Powerslot trans.

Anybody know what size this nut is? Based on what I have read here I expected the 1-1/16" to be correct. I tried searching again but no luck.

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Old 08-07-2018, 01:43 PM
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My '89 powerslot was 1-1/4". I didn't have enough room to get a regular depth socket in there, had to buy the short socket with wrench flats from skidim.
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