drive shaft

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  1. dmhines

    dmhines Dixie Maverick Boy

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    Would be the first time ... :) However ... it ws scooper that said to mark the driveshaft for re-install and apparantly it takes way more than just pulling the driveshaft out and back in to put it out of phase.
     
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    dmhines Dixie Maverick Boy

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    No need to apologize ... Out of phase is valid just not under the circumstances that this thread was discussing ....

    Also ... I meant to say it wouldn't be the first time I was wrong ... I hate typos ...

    BTW .. I have plenty of issues outside of this board that prevents anything that is said on here to offend or upset me .. :)
     
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    thanks guys for the info. the drive shaft will be taken off in the spring. i have to put the maverick away early this year. on oct 3rd. i'am getting a new knee, and as soon as i can i will be right back working on my maverick. just a side note. i gave 5 cases of water. a local radio station is loading up a truck full of water and taking it down south.it's not much but it helps.
     

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