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Old 10-09-2013, 09:06 AM   #1
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Wanted mercury drive shafts

I after a 15" and 20" mercury v6 drive shafts ....anyone

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Old 10-09-2013, 11:07 AM   #2
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Hi I have a 20 inch shaft.
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Old 18-10-2013, 11:45 PM   #3
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If you know the overall length of a 15 inch shaft Then I have the Tall to recut Splines on the shafts .And I also have some shafts to do This I think I'm the only person that can do this job As I had a special tall made .It is better than Chopping and welding
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If you know the overall length of a 15 inch shaft Then I have the Tall to recut Splines on the shafts .And I also have some shafts to do This I think I'm the only person that can do this job As I had a special tall made .It is better than Chopping and welding
Hi Sam

Is it possible to cut and re spline the shaft without stripping the box ie:convert a 20"or 25"box to a 15" box.

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Old 19-10-2013, 07:11 PM   #5
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Yes you do not need to Strip the gearbox it can be done in Place Just need to know the Length of Shaft Or you Cut and I spline it For you
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Old 19-10-2013, 07:17 PM   #6
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Just thought I'd mention it can only be done to a stainless shaft So if your shaft is rusty it is a hardened shaft Which I cannot do
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Recut drive shaft Splines

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If you know the overall length of a 15 inch shaft Then I have the Tall to recut Splines on the shafts .And I also have some shafts to do This I think I'm the only person that can do this job As I had a special tall made .It is better than Chopping and welding
Hi, I also have the tools to recut Splines on shafts, and I am able to recut the shaft when it is fitted to the gearbox or not.

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Hi, I also have the tools to recut Splines on shafts, and I am able to recut the shaft when it is fitted to the gearbox or not.

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