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Old 19-04-2012, 16:00   #16
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Location: Morehead City, NC
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Re: Sail Drive Mystery

Carmelo -

We have SD30's on our Leopard 39 and I had the Saildrive anodes replaced with split anodes that don't require pulling the props. I did it so we could easily replace them with the boat in the water if need be, but I also wanted to keep the "Murphy's Law" factor to a minimum by avoiding having the props pulled just to replace the anodes. It's a very easy refit and can be done in the water. Just a thought ...


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