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Need a Rigger and a Mechanic in Rock Creek, (Pasadena, MD)

Please tell me about your experience with riggers and mechanics in the area. I would prefer local but will consider others. I need to have my engine-shaft aligment checked and have a few gagets to install on the mast/spreaders. Thanks,

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I have had good experiences with...

Tom Mitchell at Cobe Marine
Jim Stitz, White Marsh Diesel

Chris Browman at Oak Harbor Marina for rigging.

Checking your alignment is pretty simple, a feeler gauge and some patience is really all you need. An interesting article on the subject... Marine Engines : Drive System Alignment by David Pascoe, Marine Surveyor
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