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Old 02-12-2012
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PSC34. Sterntube Diameter.

I sail a PSC34 built in 1994. My plan is to replace the cutlass bearing and the stuffing box with a PSS shaft seal before she goes back in the water. After reading all the informative threads and posts I feel well prepared for a diy job. I need to order the parts and want to verify the dimensions:
- cutlass bearing: I.D. = 1”; O.D. = 1-3/8”; L = 4”
- PSS shaft seal: I.D. = 1”; stern tube diameter ?????

I am presently far away from the boat and if a fellow PSC34 sailor could help me out here? Thanks.

Wolfgang

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If you have the same setup as on our 1990 34 the cutlass bearing part # is E00700 by Morse Marine. The listed dimensions are 1 X 1.375 X 4
The bearing is a press fit and pretty snug so the stern tube would be just a tad over 1.375
Hope that helps and good luck with the project.

John S
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