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    Quote Originally Posted by longballlumber View Post
    Pete,

    I have been running a .150 square/square set up in my PT Stealth for 3-4 years now.
    How do you do lube jobs on a contained drive like that? How often?
    Club GalvaPhong

  2. #32

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    Quote Originally Posted by ray schrauwen View Post
    How do you do lube jobs on a contained drive like that? How often?
    *Flip the boat over loosen 2 set screws in the ferrule
    *pull the stub shaft out far enough to remove ferrule
    *pull the flex shaft from the rear of the boat.

    I grease as I would normally 2-3 runs.

  3. #33

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    Cool, thanks Mike.
    Club GalvaPhong

  4. #34

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    Diameter difference between the 3/16" shaft and the 5mm TAMIYA Thrust ball bearing is less than 0,25 mm, no problem (0,009").

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfa Spirit View Post
    Diameter difference between the 3/16" shaft and the 5mm TAMIYA Thrust ball bearing is less than 0,25 mm, no problem (0,009").

    Really ???
    Have you ever tried before writing such nonsense?
    I do not think so !
    Give us a real test, on a boat runs off a shelf, and then you can say that with 0.25mm, you can run without problem.
    Your boats never left the shelf where they take dust.

    Oh, no, they move when you take picture. Sorry...

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    Easy Tiger!
    Paul "tug Killer" Upton-Taylor, Cat lover.
    FastElectricBoats.co.uk

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