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Old 06-26-2009, 12:08 AM   #1
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Tailshaft plug MTX-75?

When you guys have pulled the MTX-75 in the past, have you used a tailshaft plug while it was out?

Is this something that is necessary?


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Old 06-26-2009, 01:23 AM   #2
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are u meaning where the axles went in? if so then u can just push some shop rags in there u dont need a special piece to go in there,,,its just to keep dirt and stuff out while its not being used
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are u meaning where the axles went in? if so then u can just push some shop rags in there u dont need a special piece to go in there,,,its just to keep dirt and stuff out while its not being used

Yeah, that's the spot.

A tailshaft plug is what was recommended to me. If shop rags will be fine, then that's what I will use. Thanks.
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yeah mechanics will use them but for a at home kinda thing just use some rags
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I didnt even use rags lol
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