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Old    nooner            08-01-2003, 8:38 AM Reply   
85 nautique. I need to install packing in the rudder port. Do I coil one long piece of packing up or do I cut individual pieces that butt up together and just lay them on top of each other? I was thinking of cutting maybe 3 pieces of packing to fit. Anyone know the proper way to do it? Thanks..
Old    tommyadrian5            08-01-2003, 9:49 AM Reply   
individual pieces, that way, when you tighten down on it with the hollow nut, it packs tight instead of bunching. Cut one as a guide, so it fits around the shaft perfectly. Cut as many others as you need to fill your packing hollow. When you insert them, make sure the ends are not in a line, they should be opposite each other.

Hope this helps.

Old    tommyadrian5            08-01-2003, 9:50 AM Reply   
oh your rudder, well, what i said should work for that as well,
Old    nooner            08-01-2003, 10:44 AM Reply   
Thanks for the help

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