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Subject: Seamaster 27 - Engine Water Leak From Core Plug


Author:
Roger Andrews
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Date Posted: 17:24:50 28/09/2007 Fri

I have a small water leak - drips coming from below where the engine and gearbox are bolted together. From past experience on a Freeman this has been the core plug behind the flywheel. My engine is a Ford 115E petrol coupled to a Hydrive gearbox. My question is - does the engine have to be lifted to get at the lower bolts connecting the engine to the gearbox?
Also can anyone recommend an engineer or boatyard on the Northern Rivers of the Norfolk Broads to do this work?
Regards Roger Andrews [Wishbone]

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Re: Seamaster 27 - Engine Water Leak From Core PlugPaul Killick (Weyside Marine)14:40:54 30/09/2007 Sun
Re: Seamaster 27 - Engine Water Leak From Core PlugSteve Harrison17:34:07 04/10/2007 Thu


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