Is it in forward gear?
It was the clutch friction discs in forward gear.
With quite a bit of swearing, blood and frustration, we disconnected the prop shaft from the...
Have you tried going down to the engine and disconnecting the control, then manually put the trans into and out of reverse?
Tell me about it. :banghead:
Probably just to cover their a$$es in case of a mis-fit.
The newer through-hulls have a flap in them to help minimize the geyser.
Did that myself a few days ago... exciting!
Ah, a racket. Capitalism.
My area is Baja California Sur, Mexico... will look into it. :biggrin:
That's why there are "adjusters" on the bottom ends of the shrouds. Get it close enough...
Yah, East Coast referred me to Mack Boring. Mack Boring only sells to resellers, not individuals.
What's up with that? :banghead:
I've thought about this option. Will look into it here in MX. Thanks!
I've got a Kanzaki-Carl Hurth tranny model KBW10E on my Yanmar 3HM35F with what appears to be worn clutch discs. Reverse is fine, but very little...
It's unbelievable, but I'm posting from Baja California Sur, Punto Chivato anchorage just North of Bahia Conception!
I'd take a good look at the blades on the plugs/receptacles for any corrosion or deformation.
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