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Subject: P Bracket - cutlass bearing

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Date Posted: 5/06/06 11:53:57

My Trapper 300 has developed an unhealthy noise when under power. The noise is noticeable at slow speed and very noticeable when moving from forward to reverse. There is also a slight leak around the P bracket fastening when the propshaft is turning. I suspect the cutlass bearing or a bent shaft. I am reluctant to use the boat until this is fixed. To check the bracket and replace the cutlass bearing I assume that I will need to have the boat lifted out and remove the rudder to extract the shaft.
Has anyone any experience of the problem and are my assumptions correct.

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Re: P Bracket - cutlass bearingRichard Swire 5/06/06 12:58:24

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