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GTU Gore Shaft Packing, 2' Length

This blend of W.L. Gore and graphite fibers is filled with PTFE creating a thermal conductive packing that’s strong and durable. It dissipates heat away from the stuffing box, allowing it to run cooler and more efficiently.
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Description WM Model # MFG Part # Availability Price Quantity  
GTU Gore Shaft Packing 1/8" 8224636 10240
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$11.99

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GUT Gore Shaft Packing 3/16" 8224644 10241
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$19.99

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GTU Gore Shaft Packing 1/4" 8224651 10242
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$26.99

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GTU Gore Shaft Packing 5/16" 8224669 10243
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$29.99

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GTU Gore Shaft Packing 3/8" 8224677 10244
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$39.99

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GTU Gore Shaft Packing 7/16" 8224685 10245
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$52.99

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Product Description

This blend of W.L. Gore and graphite fibers is filled with PTFE creating a thermal conductive packing that’s strong and durable. It dissipates heat away from the stuffing box, allowing it to run cooler and more efficiently.

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Western Pacific TradingGTU Gore Shaft Packing, 2 Length
 
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5.0

This packing worked great!

By Eric

from Indianapolis

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  • Good Performance
  • Reliable

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      Comments about GTU Gore Shaft Packing, 2 Length:

      Had never replaced my packing before, so called the manufacture and they walked me through the process. It was super easy. I just rapped the packing around the shaft and cut it off to form a concentric circle and then tapped it into the packing box and screwed the cap back on. I was only able to get one in but the manufacture recommended 2 to 3. When we were putting the boat in the water we checked for leaks and it leaked a little bit. We went ahead and motored over to the slip, turned off the engine and just hand tightened the cap a little more and it hasn't leaked since.

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