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Thread: Breaking anodes

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Mar 2004

    Breaking anodes

    I recent re-powered from 454MAGS to 502MAGS, but am still using my original Bravo 1 drives. For props I moved up from 23" to 25" Mirage. I not have a problem with the tabs on the anodes breaking completely off. It looks like I have lots of clearance when on the rack.

    Any ideas?

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    Gold Member Gold Member Pwrbt33's Avatar
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    Jan 2001
    Curtis Bay, Md USA

    Talking Re: Breaking anodes

    If you are have twins you dont need the anodes that stick down anyway, you can run the flat type anode that all Bravo's come with now adays. If you want to run them because you want more protection thats fine as well. There are 2 types of trim anodes. One type is for aluminum props, which is kinda thick and bold. The other is for stainless props, which is thinner and looks like half the thickness as the other. I dont even install the trim anodes anymore, I only install the flats on my customers boats.

    Pwrbt33-John S.
    2012 World Champion Throttleman
    JAWS Marine

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Mar 2004

    Re: Breaking anodes

    Thx. I'll look for the flat ones.

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