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Captain
Posts: 41
Registered: ‎06-02-2014

Raker II hub question

Today while changing my lower unit oil I pulled my prop to check for line around the shaft. The first thing I noticed was the nut did not seemed to be torqued very tight. Once I got everything off I notice the plastic sleeve that goes over the metal piece seemed to have light damage. The end that compresses next to the thrust washer seems to have spun a slight amount. I suspect it has slipped a due to improper torque. I don't know if that's what caused the damage but it does not look right and it needs to be replaced. All the other hardware is in perfect shape.

 

I done a google search and found a TBX hub kit but a kit contains everything and I was hoping I could just buy the sleeve. I was wondering if there is a part number for just only the sleeve.

 

Plus what is proper torque for a 24 Raler II on a E150HSLAAB.

Captain
Posts: 41
Registered: ‎06-02-2014

Re: Raker II hub question

I found just the bushing ...0128572 Torsion Bushing

 

When I replace it how much torque? 

Admiral
Posts: 7,258
Registered: ‎07-14-2011

Re: Raker II hub question

 

 

70-80 ft. lbs of torque on V6 props

 

 

 


"There is never just one thing wrong with a boat";
                    -- Travis McGee, main character in a book series by John D. McDonald 


 



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Captain
Posts: 41
Registered: ‎06-02-2014

Re: Raker II hub question

thanks Smiley Happy