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Old 18-01-2014, 06:59 PM   #1
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Shortened drive shafts

I'm able to shorten and re-spline Mercury drive shafts, 25" to 20", or 20" to 15", Shaft doesn't need to be removed from Gearbox. 85.00...

Her's one I did earlier
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How do you re harden the splines then?
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It can only be done to the stainless steel shafts not the hard shafts
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Will be doing another batch in two weeks time if anybody wants Some doing 85 each
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