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Morse Marine Cutlass Bearings
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Morse Marine Water Lubricated Shaft Bushings Customer Questions and Answers

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Where there is wear on the inside of the bearing support assembly what modern adhesives do you recommended to prevent a replacement bearing revolving? Thanks, Joe

Asked on 02/24/2015 by joseph johnston

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I have no idea what to recommend other than to talk to the yard for advice.

Answered on 02/24/2015 by CHRIS ROTUNNO
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Dear Joe, I hired the yard to install the bearing.There is lots of info on line on how to remove and install the bearing. Most require a special tool to make the job easier. There should be set screws on the strut bearing housing to hold the bearing in place and keep it from turning. My boat required the rudder to be dropped to remove the prop shaft taking it out of my league so I turned it over to the yard. Good Luck! Chris

Answered on 02/24/2015 by CHRIS ROTUNNO

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There should be set screws in the bearing housing that hold the bearing.

Answered on 02/24/2015 by Rick White

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Thanks for your attention but none of you have addressed my question. Does anyone know of a suitable adhesive to stop the shaft bearing revolving. I taken it out because it revolves in use and will eventually damage the housing. Cyprus yards are best avoided they are all Greek owned, their work unreliable and expensive. thanks, Joe

Answered on 02/25/2015 by joseph johnston
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just have the one size of cutlass bearing?

Asked on 10/03/2018 by david from AK

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We have the other sizes available, just not listed on the website. Best to call to place an order. 800-497-0010

Answered on 10/16/2018 by JD Tech Team
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how do I remove a cutlass baring?

Asked on 03/04/2012 by Undisclosed

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I used a hacksaw to carefully cut through the brass casing the full length of the old bearing and then pounded it out with a blunt chisel.

Answered on 03/07/2012 by CHRIS MYHRE
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