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#1 J.A. Veil

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Posted 13 December 2017 - 09:44 AM

Some Propel units (those with the original two-bolt connection) develop cracks in the area where the Propel clamps onto the thwart tube.  One simple solution to keep the Propel unit from sliding side-to-side and exacerbating the crack is to add shaft collars on either side of the clamp.  
 
Last year I purchased a pair of stainless steel shaft collars for my Propel.  They worked well to eliminate side-to-side motion.  I later upgraded my Propel to the new 4-bolt clamp system.  I no longer need the shaft collars.  
 
I am offering a pair of stainless steel shaft collars (1" inner diameter) for $20 (free shipping to any U.S. destination).  They were used less than one year and show a small amount of rust around the bolts.  
 
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#2 J.A. Veil

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Posted 13 December 2017 - 10:57 AM

SOLD


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#3 Mikem

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Posted 17 December 2017 - 10:32 AM

Great idea John. Will have to look for those SSClamps.






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