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does anyone know if the end of the prop shaft should be directly behind the rudder??

If your prop shaft is directly behind your rudder you got serious problems. :unsure:

It should directly in front of your rudder. :biggrin:

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No,

The rudder is offset to one side just a tiny bit.

I think the rudder is to the right of the shaft as you are looking at the rudder from the rear of the boat.

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The rudder is offset to one side just a tiny bit.

I think the rudder is to the right of the shaft as you are looking at the rudder from the rear of the boat.

Maybe on your v-drive. :dontknow:

I just went out to my garage and double-checked (and then triple-checked) on my direct drive (Sportster) and the prop shaft is directly inline with the rudder.

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