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Old 03-01-2016, 09:14 PM   #1
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tolly 26 propellor nut

Can anybody tell me what the propeller nut wrench size is on a Tolly 26 single shaft v-drive inboard. Just trying to be prepared for haul-out next week. Thanks.
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Old 03-01-2016, 09:28 PM   #2
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Old 03-01-2016, 11:04 PM   #3
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RT - You have it adjusted incorrectly for that size Tolly... misleading to be sure!

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Looks like a metric wrench to me.
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Looks like a metric wrench to me.
Thought that too... by looking at the hole on far end!
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Can anybody tell me what the propeller nut wrench size is on a Tolly 26 single shaft v-drive inboard. Just trying to be prepared for haul-out next week. Thanks.
Kidding aside rinnes...

First of all welcome to TF. RT, Al, and yours truly can be jokers or serious; depends on phase of the moon, tides, currents, fathoms present and the like!

Soooo - in answer to your question:

I strongly recommend that you have full set[s] of tools available for more than just prop removal tasks when your Tolly is hauled out. Also, I recommend that you go to the Tollycraft Boating Club forum and join. There are Tolly wizards there who will answer nearly any question you may have.

As you can tell by my avatar... I do like Tolly boats.

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