No don’t mind you asking. The answers will be guesstimates. The torsional damper failed around 1100 hours. The fuel pumps were done about 3 years ago and they were done preemptively. The turbos were done about 1400 hours. Regarding the dampers I spoke to owners of 2 sisterships and theirs failed as well. This was before the silicon ones were available. The case cracked on the 350 3 years ago at about 1700 hours. I don’t think heavy loading was an issue as I have been a stickler about being able to turn 2400 when fresh out of the yard. The boat is a 1995 so I did get some years out of the gears. I am not sure the gear failure was a problem with the gear. I had shaft occilation before the failure and then had a laser alignment that did find a mis aligned strut. I did not know that overloading an engine could stress the transmissions.