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Buying a Mercury 250Efi motor but it is a 30" shaft. Is there any way to change it to a 20" or 25" shaft?

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Yes there is but sad to inform you it will cost you a bunch as you have to buy drive shaft and lower housing then add in the time to exchange the gears seals prop water pump etc .shift linkage also needs to be purchased .even used the parts might run 1000.

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