Engine install using CV or U joint?

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She's a heavy mass of steel whirling around down there. If something went wrong and she came loose on the wrong end...

Well I doubt if the bilge pump would be able to keep up.
 

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Aqua drive all the way. You can have dissimilar angles on both sides with cv joints....not with u-joints. Approximately 1-3 degrees of allowable angle. Sound down recommends this type set up for maximum sound reduction. PM me if you want some pricing.....joe
 

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Yup, we just did a Calvin Beal. We have also put them in build down boats too. Jim Blaney is an expert and has been putting these in for 25 years or so. Give him a call at 908-964-0700. He will happily discuss the Aquadrive and send you pictures and recommendations.

Joe
 
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