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Cat 27 rudder shaft bushings

I am going to attempt to replace my rudder shaft bushings (tiller steering)this spring and am inquiring if they are only avaliable from Catalina Direct or any other ideas. I am canadian, and find it difficult and sometimes costly to get stuff from the US. Any canadian ideas would also be welcomed.
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I get all my stuff shipped to Point Roberts, WA. Then again, I keep my boat in Point Roberts, WA.

Some Catalina 27s were produced in BC, so it stands to reason that there'd be a place around here that you could find such parts.
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Re: Cat 27 rudder shaft bushings

Hey Harl,

I've just received by rudder washers from Catalina direct. Was wondering if you replaced yours, and if you have any advice?

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