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Old 13-04-2020, 14:37   #1
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R&D Shaft Coupling

I have a SS R&D shaft coupling that I bought for my Catalina 350 only I found out (didn't do the measurement accurately) that the distance from my stern tube to the transmission flange is too short to accommodate this coupling and a PSS shaft seal. These face seals are sort of nice but hard to maintain because the shaft coupling to the transmission has to be removed to install a new bellows.

I bought this coupling because its design would let me remove it and reinstall it easily.

It is has a 1 inch bore and will fit a Hurth/ZF transmission with 4 inch flange.

I'm selling it for $125 + $20 shipping.

If interested, contact me, George, at outlander.35@outlook.com
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Thanks, got your message. We can arrange payment and delivery through email.
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I just received this. This is a great piece of kit.good comunication with seller. Fast shipping and great packing. Perfect fit
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Hi,

Thanks for the good words. I hope the coupling works well for you as you have the clearance for it while I did not.
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