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Old 27-09-2008, 09:21   #1
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Good PYI experience

I had to make an unplanned haulout at the beginning of my vacation when my cutlass bearing decided to slip up the stern tube. I knew previously that I had maintenance work that needed to be done on my MaxProp and PSS shaft seal, and since I was hauled with the shaft out it was the time to do it. I figured the vacation was pretty much over. I took my parts in and the people at PYI took care of everything in one morning and tried to help me with another part of the drive train that they had nothing to do with. They were helpful, friendly, and fast.

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