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Cal 29 shaft

I'm repowering a Cal 29 and need to order a prop. Does anyone know if the Cal-29 uses a tapered shaft?
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Most shafts are tapered at the prop end. You only need to know the shaft diameter to order as the tapers are standard. Need prop diameter and pitch of course. And RH or LH.
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It should be the same 1" single taper shaft (prop end) with a lenth change
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