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Winter repairs: replace stuffing box hose
New cutlass bearing in place...
Almost there...
Carriage bolt, washers and nut to force cutlass bearing into shaft strut...
Split shaft collar - notice that this part is split, but does not consist of two separate pieces, so it must be installed while the shaft is detached...
New cutlass bearing...
What's for dinner? 
Frozen cutlass bearing, of course!
Machine shop lathe for fitting and fairing coupler to propeller shaft...
Cutlass bearing almost out...
Forcing cutlass bearing out with C-clamp and socket...
New PSS Shaft Seal
Shaft puller bolted in place after removing plastic break plate...
Propeller shaft tube after shaft removed and bilge cleaned...
Propeller shaft cut in two with angle grinder...
Smooth fiberglass stern tube
Tough old stuffing box hose with dry rot
New BA flange puller
New BA shorty split coupling
New stuffing box assembly...
Removed bolts from transmission coupling...<!-- BEGIN TEMPLATE: fbb_album_editpictures_options -->
Removed two propeller shaft bolts, loosened hose clamps on stuffing box...<!-- BEGIN TEMPLATE: fbb_album_editpictures_options -->
Corrosion everywhere and not much room...<!-- BEGIN TEMPLATE: fbb_album_editpictures_options -->

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