The R&D Marine Flexible Shaft Coupling is designed to help isolate vibrations between the shaft coupling and transmission output flange and to absorb shock loads due to hard gear changes or propeller impact. In this blog Dan talks about key differences between the Flexible Shaft Coupling made by R&D Marine and other brands.
In this blog post Jason shows us the differences between the old Seaview marine electronic mount systems and the new modular style mounting systems.
Here we walk you through the steps to properly apply anti-fouling to your hull.
Dual Mounts, aka Combination Mounts are a style of marine electronic mount allows you to mount a combination of radars, satdomes, or cameras onto a single mount. The most common combination is the closed dome radar and satdome arrangement.
Seaview began to see the need for adding a spreader kit to their product line as more and more people wanted the option of adding other marine electronics to their mounts.
Published 03/08/13 at 01:04pm
Interpreting the feel, or back-feed, of your rudder is arguably one of the most important tools in your arsenal during a sailing regatta. This is the reason why many boat builders use mechanical steering systems that allow for as much of the “feel” from the rudder to transfer back up to the helm; mechanical systems such as cable, rack & pinion, and transmission systems.
Published 03/07/13 at 03:35pm
Here Fred Hutchison explains when to use either a 2, 3 or 4 blade propeller.
Published 03/06/13 at 02:57pm
I cannot tell you how many times I’ve cut myself on the tails of hose clamps and other worm gear style of clamps. And I’m sure I’m not the only one who has run into this problem. There has to be a simple fix to this problem! And there is, PYI makes these little rubber covers that slip over the ends of hose clamps.