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Tartan 37 cutlass bearing

I've looked around for a while trying to find the right cutlass bearing for our new-to-us boat, but struggling a bit. She's currently in the water and about to get hauled for some work and one chore on the list is replacing the sleeve bearing. The Duramax website only has sizes listed in the different materials, but no boat model tables or anything like that. Do I need to remove it first, make the measurements, then order?

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Re: Tartan 37 cutlass bearing

I will look for you in my records, i didn't buy, my mechanic did.

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Re: Tartan 37 cutlass bearing

We just did ours last month... prop guy accidentally broke our shaft (wasn't funny), but he replaced shaft, cleaned up flex coupler, (for free), and I replaced the cutlass Figured what the hell nows as good a time as any. I can't remember the size, but I do remember that the small marine hardware store had it in stock. That would imply it's a common size. I would just wait and measure/ask the yard guy when you haul. If your in the states I bet a local shop has it. IIRC I paid about $80 bucks for it.


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Re: Tartan 37 cutlass bearing

Found the receipt... $82.95, 1 x 1-1/2 x 4 Our boat is '77 T37 #027. Yours might be different.

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