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Old     (SVFARA)      Join Date: Jul 2020 Location: Hausen Send a message via ICQ to SVFARA       08-25-2020, 2:30 PM Reply   
The Boat is new to me this year. Been fixing lots of small issues and finally shaped a surfable wave this week but the steering still remains Arm strong...

I understand cables fail and it is a 2009 SVFARA SV609 so it is probably due to be changed out...

Tonight I was looking for a part number for my steering cable and looking to see where my Zerk was so I could grease it.

I found a plug below my grease Zerk in the threads where I would expect another Zerk. I read about stacked Zerks in the Searches Iíve done on other boats... and wonder if they forgot one?

Tried removing it and pumping grease into it but nothing came out there... Oozed out the top and pushed out some water... minor steering improvement...

Should there be a second Zerk instead of the plug?


Thinking about adding the second Zerk but figure itís like that for a reason.

Is there a procedure for lubricating the Rudder Assembly?

Next to no information on my boat on the internet and no manual came with the boat.

Thanks for looking.

J.

 
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