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Lower Unit #12795204
06/17/18 07:18 PM
06/17/18 07:18 PM
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Josephine, TX
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dillydilly24 Online content OP
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Josephine, TX
Hit a boulder and motor instantly died, was going 3-4 mph. Boat fired back up and ran fine for hour or 2 and then my prop locked up and will not go into gear. Fearing the worst, hoping for some not so bad news, any thoughts? If it is the lower unit, how are insurance companies as far as covering something like that? I have full coverage.


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Re: Lower Unit [Re: dillydilly24] #12795302
06/17/18 09:25 PM
06/17/18 09:25 PM
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Littlefield Tx & Lake A. H. US...
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Littlefield Tx & Lake A. H. US...
Tell insurance same as you posted here and you will have no problems. You need a new lower unit.


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