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Date Posted: - Friday - 03/30/07 - 2:55pm
Author: Steve B
Subject: RudderTalk
In reply to: Randall 's message, "Makes sense, thanks." on - Friday - 03/30/07 - 1:52pm

I have an annode bolted to the prop shaft, which has nearly disentgrated, looks like it's doing it's job. Unless the rudder is grounded to the boat, you may be right, it could be electrolysis. The thru bolts aren't welded to the rudder frame tubing. They have a beveled head on the fore side and sit into a tapered recess in the rudder frame. I had to drive them out from the aft side of the rudder using a long drift punch. I'll get you some pictures this week.


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