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Rebuilding A Sea Strainer

Due to my cracked Westerbeke bell housing I am doing a bunch of other small projects associated with the engine.

I just finished rebuilding my sea strainer and posted it on my site for those interested (link below).

I'm sure not many ever do this, or thought about it, but the gaskets do get old and can eventually begin to leak. Unfortunately most strainers are below the waterline so the occasional rebuild is a good & safe practice.

Rebuilding a Sea Strainer (LINK)

Clean & ready for re-assembly:

All done:

-Maine Sail / CS-36T

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