Sorry no picture. Shaft enters at the stern gland. There are small holes presumably to allow water
in to cool at that point. The shaft upon entering the hull
is contained in a tube. I do not know if the tube contains water
or grease. The shaft exits up close to the transmission
. At that point or at that bearing there is a grease fitting, grease tube and that leads to a bronze
cylinder with a screw on top and T handle plunger. Inside is grease storage
was built in England
by Westerly but the above may have been installed after marked. No luck in tracking it down by the usual methods.
1 Proper name of this type of setup
2 Name of manufacturer
3. Some sort of instructions on maintenance
Since all works fine now I hate to tear it apart so unless I find out anything I'm going to run it with a temp gauge at both ends and monitor
it closely but NOT remove it.
SV Se Langt
Westerly Berwick 31
on one end....Kiwi Prop on the other.