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captian binky 06-03-2012 07:27 PM

propshaft thru hull
 
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I have a broken bronze propshaft thru hull on my Soverel 48; I can not locate one online. I beleive I'm just not calling it the right name.

It's the bronze piece that bolts to the hull to the rear of the fin keel where the propshaft exits the hull. it holds the cutless bearing, provide propshaft support and the inbound side has a tube that the packing gland can be clamped to on the inside of the hull.

In the attached photo the tube is missing completly, the flange bolts to the outside of the boat and the tube should be connected to the hull side of the flange toward my feet.

Faster 06-03-2012 09:37 PM

Re: propshaft thru hull
 
Looks to be a combination cutlass bearing sleeve and stern tube.. 'stern tube' might be the term you're looking for but a google search didn't turn up anything helpful.

JimsCAL 06-03-2012 11:08 PM

Re: propshaft thru hull
 
It may be one of these.

Buck Algonquin...Quality Marine Hardware Since 1955

If not quite what you need, give them a call. I bet they can help.


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