|11-23-2012, 11:08 AM||#1|
I am: Geff W
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Graupner Shaft couplings
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Can anyone help me with a very basic question?
First of all, I fly aircraft and I am only finishing this boat as a retrieval boat to go get a float plane if something bad happens to it! I don't know anything about boats.
In my junk box I found a Graupner Universal coupling which will fit the electric motor and prop shaft that I have.
The "front" and "back" parts of the coupling are fastened together, but in the bag is a separate "center" part. My question is, when is it beneficial to use the center part?
Also, how do I attach the center part? Do you just pop the "front" and "back" apart with a small flat screwdriver and then slightly force the "fork" apart to get the "center" section in?
Any help would be appreciated.
|11-23-2012, 05:44 PM||#2|
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Re: Graupner Shaft couplings
You must have the extra long version, I think you just use the extra center part if you need that much more offset.
Your right you pry them with a flat screw driver and snap them in.
Hope that helps.
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