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c350 - rudder post leaking

Noticed that there's a small amount of water leaking out of the rudder post casing when motoring. Is this normal?

Gary
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Your Rudder shaft Shouldn't Leak

There is a stuffing box at the top of the rudder shaft (below the steering quadrant). It proabaly needs tightening.

Steve
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