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    Mark75/Raceman - Easy quiz

    A smiley face to the first one to identify the shafts in the attached photo. You may have to resize as I am new at this game.
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    A better test for DaveS than me. He takes more stuff apart than I do. Also his vision will probably correct the blurriness.

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    Did you get my e-mail

    Sam, Did you get my note reference your email address?

    The picture quality is really bad. How do you get a photo to the correct size and still have detail?

    Jon Wright

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    I can't do it either. I don't do my own gearcases.
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    One looks like a old RH speedmaster. one is a #6speedmaster LH and I do not know what the other is. Am I even close

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    Very close

    Bruce, Yes you are close. Old die cast and new model #6. Rotation is right or left at this stage. How about the third one?

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    No, I can't find the note, Jon. You can email me at Mark75H@aol.com

    Sizing pictures is different with each different brand of software. I use some professional high end stuff that is pretty versatile (and expensive).

    Where ya been? Hidin' under a rock somewhere? Just kidding! Its nice to hear from you again.

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    Whereabouts

    Just laying low trying to stay alive. This time of year cabin fever sets in pretty hard. Hince the quiz. The third shaft is the product of boredom.

    I am going to send you some photos of the transmission setup. Thought you might like to have them for your collection.

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    Aging Beauties

    I can't SEE. I can't HEAR. I can Breath. One outa 3 seems good. I can't tell by the Pix, and I problay never been in the case the shafts came out of. I got 2 gear cases I can't get the canopener to open, they are safe for now.

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    I can contest to the fact that Dave S can take some stuff apart. I have an L6 spread all over the garage. Rick

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    Mark75/Raceman/Bruce - Answer to quiz

    Last year I contacted you guys about a diecast L/U with no luck. Because I had a couple of great props that would only fit the small diecast splines, I took an old diecast prop shaft and turned it into one that would work in the new # 6 housing. The L/U housing is stronger, turns R/H and really works well.

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    Cool deal. Always more than one way to skin a cat

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonw
    Last year I contacted you guys about a diecast L/U with no luck.

    You tried to contact me with no luck? Sorry................. I don't ever intentionally ignore an E mail, and try to check PM's a couple of times a week, although I don't do it daily.

    What are you referring to as "die cast"? I've never heard that description. Is it different than an old SSM?
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    Here's Jon's motor:[IMG]http://www.********************/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=1968&stc=1[/IMG]

    Jon, I folded up your blanket and moved the boat a little farther from the house to make the picture look better. What do you think?

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    Picture @ response to Norris

    Sam, That does look better.......................You really do have some high powered software.

    Sorry Norris, the note was through S&F e-mail. Yes, the prop shaft was from one of the first model SMs. When I first got into the game diecast was how the small SMs were called. I still have two or three of the housing but all the skegs are gone. That is not a problem for me but for anyone looking at a restoration it would not work so well.

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