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Re: Apparently I'm not meant to have a boat...

I wondering about the same thing Faster is. When the sling slipped was te boat supported by the slings or the water. Did you see it happen? It looks like the bow lowered and th sling pulled upward on th shaft as it slid down the hull aft ward. That cpud defiant
Ey put pressure on you prop therefore tranny.

Again I only use Harbor Haven. They aren't cheep, but thy are knowledgable and honest . Woody is a good man too. The mechanics are factory trained and attend classes often. Any job they have done on my boat. thy have on top notch,.

4 years ago new injectors and a minor rebuild including valves.
Last year new prop shaft, coupling, dripless seal, cutlass bearing and engine mounts.

Dave.
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