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ID:	485850Ive pulled my case to bits and are going through it.
    Would it be typical to have a 43 44103-1 pinion matched with a 44 104/2 foreword gear ?
    The pinion is cracked on the top side boss and both have a radial or perpendicular wear line about 5/16ths in from the large end of each tooth.
    There are 2 cracks and one of them runs 1/16th down the side of the boss.
    These wont be going back in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by captblue99 View Post
    I need a prop shaft for 2:1 (2.0L) part # 44-94148
    Calculate shipping to Mobile, AL 36608 I can Venmo you the payment. Thank you, Sam
    I have several prop shafts but do not know where to find the part number on them or if it is on them anywhere.
    Is the lower a pre-load?

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    Hi Rock, Sam here, not sure i can help with identifying my prop shaft/lower unit, I'm a noob. But from what I have read... isn't a preload unit identified by having the pin sticking out of the top of the driveshaft? Problem is that its been over a year since I had it off and I just cant remember and i can't pull the lower right now to look. It's a 2:1 lower unit, stock 1994 2.0L Mariner 150 fishing motor s# 0B042790. Those were consumer motors so t's probably the weakest and cheapest of all available, LOL. Thank you, Sam

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