Originally Posted by cardiacpaul
you;'ll also need another pipe wrench to put on the prop shaft to prevent it from turning. Form experience, I've found that putting it in gear won't help. (much)
hmmm, ok, I'll consider that. I assume you mean that when push-comes-to-shove the prop will turn even if its in gear. two spanners, a pipe wrench, puller and a prop, I don't think I'll need much weight to be negative buoyant.
Thanks for the info.