Spun hub F200XB

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Spun hub F200XB

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Looks like gcd is creating a new high water mark.
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Found a log at 20mph. Plugged up the speed hole. Spun the prop. Anybody got a pn for the hub kit. Can I do this at home? Got a handyman and a bottle jack? Need the crush washer for the engine oil drain plug on a t9.9lpb as well. pn? Ordered 3 and got 3 different ones. That don’t fit. tia.
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Re: Spun hub F200XB

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High water can be that way for sure.
We slid up over a monster cottonwood tree one spring.
I have no idea how you don't see something as big as a car in front of you.
Makes me glad for the jet. It did however remove my transducer off the back of the boat.
Hope you get her fixed soon.
DO to the increasing cost of energy, Gas,and Electricity. The Down turn in the economy.
The light at the END of the TUNNEL is Now TURNED OFF!!!

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Re: Spun hub F200XB

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Thanks shooter. Was about a mile from the launch when I hit it. There were logs everywhere. Wind was up making 3’s. Was watching, musta been just under the surface, never saw it or heard it hit the boat. Put my spare on when I got home.

Hub. 6ce-45c81-00-00
$163.96

Oil drain crush washer for 9.9
92995-06600-00 (I think)
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13.5x15 Yamaha prop
6e5-45947-00-00
$130
Think it comes with hub. Might try it. Think it’s for the 4&1/4 gear case though.
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Ouch!

I've seen a lot of deadheads just at surface on Roosevelt, those vertical floaters that barely break the surface scare me most. This usually happens earlier in the year so must be some late runoff yet. Level peaked at 1289.9' Saturday and is projected to drop to 1288.3' by Thursday next week.

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Yup, Saturday evening when I hit it.

Heard they lost a log raft on the kettle river a couple years ago. A lot of log lengths with processor tracks in em floating around. I think between the water being at the high water line and the confused winds the reservoir had reclaimed ever last piece of driftwood on the bank below the high water line. Had to shove a half dozen logs off the launch every time I used it last weekend.

Thanks for the link. Saved it so I don’t have to guesstimate when I leave a report.
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I use that link to keep tabs on level for fishing and launches during high snow years, has saved me a time or two.
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So I put the spare on and next time out I noticed a higher pitch whirring sound between 800 and 1200rpms. It has been there the last two weekends. 6-700 normal sound. 8-1200 sound goes up with rpms. Sound stops at 1300. Rest of the range sounds normal. I couldn’t find any damage to the lower unit or prop. The prop had a few nicks in it from previous encounters but nothing new. The only thing on the lower unit was the speed hole being plugged. Took the smallest drill bit I had and drilled out what seemed like an inch of wood lodged in there. (By hand, wasn’t sure what was in there) If I put it in neutral and run up the rpms it doesn’t make the sound. When slowing down you can hear it briefly up in the 2000 range, but only for a second or two. I think it’s weird that it only does it from 8-1200 and then completely goes away. The sound and range has been consistent the last 4 outings. Anyone ever experience anything like this? Any thoughts?
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Noise wasn't present prior to log strike, not present in neutral, so could be a harmonic variation induced by propshaft. I'd check propshaft runout with a dial indicator.
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Thank you. I’ll look into this.
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Re: Spun hub F200XB

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SilverFox wrote:
Mon Jul 27, 2020 5:26 am
Noise wasn't present prior to log strike, not present in neutral, so could be a harmonic variation induced by propshaft. I'd check propshaft runout with a dial indicator.
Just curious if you would know what tolerance (if any) would be ok for the prop shaft on the dial indicator. Thank You

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