[Public-List] Cabin heaters and cutlass bearing housings.
mlehman at gmail.com
Tue Sep 3 04:20:36 PDT 2019
They are, or were, bronze bolts.they hold the housing on place. The housing
is also threaded onto the stern tube. If you plan to remove it first the
bolts then carefully unscrew the housing from the tube. It is helpful to
have another person inside with a pipe wrench on the tube to prevent it
from turning and breaking the seal between the boat hull and the tube. If
the tube is loose, remove all of the gray definite caulk and rebed it with
5200. This may require removing the shaft and tube.
On Tue, Sep 3, 2019, 6:38 AM Greg Dawson via Public-List <
public-list at lists.alberg30.org> wrote:
> Dear all
> Just a couple of quick questions for the fleet.
> I recently acquired a Sigmar diesel cabin heater which has a dedicated air
> intake. Does anyone have one on their boat. Do you have fitting
> instructions. I’ve not found anything specific on line. If you have one
> could you send me a few pics of how and where you mounted it please.
> My cutlass bearing housing is held on with one bolt at the top and at the
> bottom is what appears to be either a stud or a sheared off bolt? Is this
> right. Just wondering?
> Any help appreciated.
> Greg #348
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