|03-18-2012, 06:24 PM||#1|
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I am: wendell h
Join Date: Apr 2011
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Kitchen sink tubing mounts Park 250 prop
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After reading scare stories about reversing the prop shaft, where the
cage is damaged or the shaft bent, I came up with an alternative.
I never throw out small tubing, including a piece of 1/4" ID pvc tubing
used to hook up the taps under the sink.
It fit the front flange and the prop shaft perfectly, I used a dab of
Canadian Tire Goop where each rib of the motor cage touches the tubing.
Tested full power, no wobble, might also try drilling holes to screw tubing
right on the motor and prop hub
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