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Waterproof or sealed bearing

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Barrie Payne05/07/2007 06:23:00
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Does anyone know where I might obtain a 'waterproof bearing' for junction of propshaft /hull.
stoogie06/07/2007 10:35:00
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i'm in new zealand but may be able to get you a bearing number/make if you could supply dimensions. cant promise anything but no problem to look up my books if you are interested. water proof bearings are horrendously expensive - in nz anyway. i machined up a small brg housing with an o ring groove behind the brg and used sealed bearings and it works well.
stoogie06/07/2007 10:36:00
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oops. i may have miss read your thread

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