[Public-List] Cabin heaters and cutlass bearing housings.

Hernán Scarnichia hernanscar at gmail.com
Tue Sep 3 11:09:02 PDT 2019

The cutlass bearing housing should have two bolts or lag screws. It seems
to be a common problem that these bolts break or come loose, maybe because
of excessive vibration from misaligned engine and shaft.

On Tue, Sep 3, 2019 at 3:53 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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