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Subject: Seamaster 925 Rudder


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Andy Green
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Date Posted: 09:20:42 22/06/2005 Wed

Whilst routinely inspecting my rudder it was noticed that water was escaping from inside the rudder through a crack on the leading edge just above the level of the skeg - indeed the entire rudder was found to be full of water. Has any one else encountered this and if so what repair was used.

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Re: Seamaster 925 RudderTom Wilson00:57:59 07/08/2005 Sun


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