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Anode Replacement

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Re: Anode Replacement

Postby nautiyachti » May 16th, 2018, 11:51 am

MSun, quick question for the trim tab anodes, also called rudder anodes it looks like it comes as 2 pieces, wouldnt I just order 1 set and split them for each trim tab? I know I'd have to get a SS nut and bolt for the second one?


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Re: Anode Replacement

Postby Midnightsun » May 16th, 2018, 12:26 pm

I was not sure on what to do either so I ordered 2 sets, ended up using one on top and one on the bottom (sandwich style with my trim tab as the baloney. :-D ) so yes I used both sets in the end. You could use 1 set and split like you said but then again it would just need replacement sooner as there is less material. They come bolted together with nut and bolt so nothing extra to buy. Same thread as your existing one so just reuse the screw if you want to split like the original. Either way works, your call.
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