Rubber-lined naval brass sleeve bearings adapt equally well to strut and stern-tube mounts. External brass shells are machined and polished to provide easy fitting.
- Specially formulated oil- and chemical-resistant nitrile rubber is securely bonded to the shell
- Sleeve bearings are usually installed by light press fitting
- Locked in place with cone-pointed set screws
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Comments about Shaft Bearings:
The after market ought to sell a bearing extractor to remove the sprnt bearing when only the aft end of the cutlass is accessable.