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Old 12-28-2009, 08:30 PM   #1
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203 Part Time Conversion Nash Shaft Instructions

I used this in my 203 in 1985 and it is still going strong. I decided to scan and post the information and installation instructions in case anyone came across one and wanted to make sure they were installing it correctly. Doug Nash (DNE2) made these in the mid 80's. He later sold the patent rights to another company. I believe the current Mile Marker shaft kits are similar to Nashs original design with some changes, they may even have ended up with the original patent rights. The first part (4 pages) is the information brochure. The second (4 pages) is the instructions. They assumed some basic mechanical knowledge so every little step is not detailed.
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