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  • Where can you buy rudder ports?

    Just wondering who the source is for rudder ports. Even Skidim doesn't list any.

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      You talking about the rudder log? If so, Glenwood Marine is a good source. They have a great online catalog - very comprehensive.

      www.glenwoodmarine.com

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      • #4
        I can't find the one I need listed on any of those sites online.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Hammer View Post
          Oj props
          OJ does not sell them anymore.

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            We sell the bushings and seals we installed in our original ports we made. We also will rebuild our ports with new internals if needed. As I said when you called, the fix for the older ports with o-rings is new o-rings and grease.
            Eric Johnson
            Johnson Propeller Co., Inc
            [email protected]
            ojprops.com
            800-359-9730

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            • #7
              Originally posted by EJ OJPROP View Post
              We sell the bushings and seals we installed in our original ports we made. We also will rebuild our ports with new internals if needed. As I said when you called, the fix for the older ports with o-rings is new o-rings and grease.
              I bought a rebuilt as mentioned above... Very happy with it, it's just like a brand new but much less $$$ :-)

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                [QUOTE=EJ OJPROP;1183014]We sell the bushings and seals we installed in our original ports we made. We also will rebuild our ports with new internals if needed. As I said when you called, the fix for the older ports with o-rings is new o-rings and grease.[/QUOTE

                Thanks for clarifying that Eric

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