Looks to me like a long while since you've gutted and filletted a fish. For heavens sake cut along the boneline *away* from you (from either tail or head, it doesn't matter) or you risk putting a sizeable gash in your hand...!!!
It has been ages since I have filleted a fish. You on the other hand have had plenty of practice no doubt. Part of the problem was the knife in that I found myself sawing the fish instead of slicing with the knife. Anyway I plan to get lots more practice in!!!! Thanks for the tip.
Good video. It looks like there is supposed to be a "key" between the transmission shaft and coupler to transfer power. Looks like the key is missing. I don't think the power transfer should depend on friction of shaft to coupler with a locknut alone. the locknut is to keep the coupler on the shaft and the key is to transfer power. Hope this helps. I'll keep looking for a parts manual for your transmission online to confirm the setup. Good luck.
Well we finally got it all put back together and now it is better than new. Josh did a bang up job and i am a lot more confidant in the engine reliability now.
Not a bad place to be 'stuck' in!
Ha ha! I loved Wrightsville beach because there is so much to do there. They were filming a movie at the marina, and there was a swimming race the day I left. Funny because I had hardly heard of Willmington before I got there.