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Subject: Re: Seamaster 30

Ian S
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Date Posted: 22:40:09 07/09/2009 Mon
In reply to: Jack Guntrip 's message, "Seamaster 30" on 13:48:12 05/09/2009 Sat

>I have a Seamaster 30, twin shafts, 1.1/4inch shafts
>with conventional stuffing boxes, attached to main
>stern tube by rubber boots. I would like to know where
>I can obtain the right type of rubber hose for the
>boots and what is likely to be the correct seal braid
>for the stuffing boxes, also where is there an outlet
>for the cutlass bearings in the "p" brackets.
>I live in Kent and keep my boat on the Medway.

I get most of my stern gear stuff from T E Norris in Isleworth but I live in Surry. However, any good chandler should be able to provide hose, packing and cutlass bearings. Hose is expensive, but usually sold by the inch (or cm).


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