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Old 06-15-2015, 12:24 AM
jnowotny jnowotny is offline
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Clunking noise when shifting into Fwd or Rev X15 2009

When I am shifting into either forward or reverse, there is a clunk heard. Is there an adjustment that I can make to stop it?
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Old 06-15-2015, 12:54 AM
X7Dave X7Dave is offline
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When I am shifting into either forward or reverse, there is a clunk heard. Is there an adjustment that I can make to stop it?
2009 Mastercraft X15
First place to look is easiest. I recently replaced a prop on my 2009 197. Failure to tighten the prop-nut thoroughly resulted in some front-back slop on the spline shaft. I could move it with my hand. It made a clunk when shifting directions. Re-securing the nut with proper force solved that problem.
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Old 06-16-2015, 03:07 PM
jnowotny jnowotny is offline
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Thanks for the reply, prop nut is secure, it was not loose. Any other suggestions? Is there a linkage from engine to shaft that could require adjustment?
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